1969 Volkswagen Beetle 1500cc 4 Cylinder - 4 Speed Manual
Transmission - 66k Miles - Black And Silver Over Black Interior
(Please note: If you happen to be viewing this vehicle on a website
other than our main website, it's possible that only some of our
many photographs of this car are presented due to website
limitations. To be sure you access all the photographs, please go
to our main website: Garage Kept Motors.) MIllions of Beetles
rolled off assembly lines as the years went by, and as many of them
age, they are changed to reflect the owner's vision for their car.
This Beetle is no different in that a few aspects of the car have
been modified. All the details combine to make up a unique and fun
package. Finished in black with silver metallic lower portion of
the body, this Beetle is eye catching and one might expect that
some changes to the original specs have been made. Other than the
two tone paint job, a slight forward rake and 15-inch Empi wheels
are the noticeable changes made to the exterior. The interior of
the car is the cozy cockpit that anyone who has driven a Beetle
would expect. The interior is a pretty standard interior that is
finished in black. A white, round shift knob has been added but
otherwise the standard seats are in very good condition, and the
carpeting also shows well. Beneath the boot lid is an engine that
features a few small changes. A larger crank pulley, aftermarket
distributor cap, plug wires, and an aftermarket air filter sitting
atop a Solex carburetor are the highlights of the engine. This is
one of the millions of Beetles that manages to look unique amongst
all the others. Beetles aren't really fast, but are always fun to
drive, and are known to produce lots of smiles wherever they go.
This one is sure to put a smile on your face whether it's parked or
you're cruising down the road in it. Be sure to check out all the
photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if
interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.
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