The Volkswagen Beetle was one of the best selling cars of all time.
This fully restored (2018) '66 Volkswagen is a beautiful example of
a Beetle. Odometer mileage shown, just over 82,400, is said to be
actual. The body was professionally refinished in original Rudy Red
and many distinctive accents have been added. There is a full
windshield shade and an abundance of chrome pieces including door
handles, eyelids, bumper/fender guards and rear grill trim. The
running boards are solid and 15" Federal Super Steel radials are
mounted on chromed VW wheels with dog-dish caps. The interior has
been restored back-to-original in black vinyl and the dash is
classic Volkswagen except for an aftermarket AM/FM/cassette stereo.
It is equipped with a heater/defroster, front seat belts and a
wiper-delay feature. There are no power windows, power seats, power
locks or air conditioning. However the rear windows do have the
pop-out option so this Bug is very cool - just roll down the
windows and have some fun. The Beetle is powered by a 1300cc
flat-four that is said to have not required a rebuild. It is housed
in a nicely detailed engine compartment and mated to 4-speed manual
transaxle that shifts smoothly. Four-wheel drum brakes provide
stopping power and all electrics have been upgraded to 12 volts.
Look at the photos. This is a professionally restored Beetle that
someone is going to have a lot of fun with it. Drive it or show it
- an outstanding classic Volkswagen Beetle. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS
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