Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is excited to announce the addition
of this 1971 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible to our inventory. The
Beetle was first produced in the 1930s with the intention of
becoming the "people's car" or Volkswagen in German. Volkswagen was
the brainchild of Adolf Hitler to produce a reliable vehicle for
the hardworking people of Germany, and a car that was not only
inexpensive but safe to drive. In fact, the Beetle was to be
mass-produced and sell for 1000 Reich Marks or about $140.
Unfortunately, by 1939 World War II had begun ending production of
the Beetle shortly after the first car came off the assembly line.
After the war ended, Allies helped resurrect the German auto
industry to become a global enterprise. At first, sales were slow
due to the Nazi connection, but by 1975 Volkswagen was the largest
vehicle importer in the United States. Reaching an incredible
fifteen million units sold to date. Our 1971 Volkswagen Super
Beetle convertible is a mighty fine example. The engine is an
air-cooled 1600cc H4 attached to a four-speed manual transmission.
Attractive Turquoise paint and top-quality black cloth soft
convertible top. The Grey cloth and vinyl seats and amazing! This
1971 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible also comes with its parade boot.
Whether you are a Beetle enthusiast or looking for a little fun in
the sun this convertible fits the bill! This beetle has been nicely
restored and is ready to go! clean all around, she won't last long
on our floor!This 1971 Volkswagen Beetle is available by the Dallas
Showroom at Gateway Classic Cars and can be seen at
www.GatewayClassicCars .com which includes 100+ HD photos and HD
video. To see the car in person, it can be seen by DFW Showroom Any
and all questions can be answered by our knowledgeable staff by
calling (817-310-9400) or email us at [email protected]