We all love an entry-level classic like this 1977 Volkswagen Beetle
Convertible. It's the kind of vintage car that's ready to go out
for an unforgettable sunny day drive, and any time you want to
upgrade your classic, everything is simple and affordable.
We love the Beetle Convertible because it combines an iconic
silhouette with open-top fun. It's a true classic, and this one
even has a handsome color combo of Eggshell White contrasted by the
black roof and black wheels. You'll notice the presentation is for
those who want to drive more than show, which describes many of us.
And of course, the easy/affordable nature of VW parts means you
could use the value price to leave room in the budget to upgrade
this one if you wanted to. But right now, it already looks quite
complete with classic VW details, including the chrome bumpers,
running boards, good rubber, and doors that close with authority.
It even carries those little touches that VW people love to see,
such as the original Karmann badge from its coachbuilder.
Beneath the black folding roof is a black vinyl interior. So with
the included convertible top cover, you get an attractive black and
white mix inside and out. This is the right mix for an open-top
driver with its durable vinyl and the more comfortable high-back
front bucket seats that came on these later Beetles. You get the
sporty feel of the factory steering wheel with Wolfsburg crest, and
beyond that, there's the factory VDO gauge. Overall, the interior
of this VW continues to carry that simple and sturdy feeling that
comes from decades of building these cars correctly.
Power comes from the VW's robust 1600cc flat four, and it correctly
has fuel injection, which is a factory feature only for these later
cars. So those who like to have a little distinction in their
classic motoring will enjoy this, especially with all the major
components present and the critical duct work looking complete.
It's linked to the sturdy and versatile four-speed manual
transmission, which allows you to get the most out of the motor. As
many VW fans already know, this is a Super Beetle. That means an
improved steering box, bigger brakes, and a MacPherson independent
front suspension. So for those who want to drive their classics,
this is one gives you some of the best features to experience a
Owning a Beetle is your ticket to one of the friendliest vintage
car communities out there. That's why it's great to see one like
this that's affordable to buy, great for sunny days, and is easy to
enjoy for years to come. Call today!!!