With a bright and attractive color combination like this, it's easy
to fall in love with the VW Bug all over again. This 1969
Volkswagen Beetle convertible is in exactly the right condition to
enjoy, and there are even nice upgrades like four-wheel disc brakes
and new tires to really make this an ideal drop-top cruiser.
The flashy red paint has a bright attitude that makes you want to
jump in and find a beach. And it has smooth gloss so that the
iconic VW curves look terrific in the sunshine. And the chrome
bumpers really add to the radiant style. You can tell there has
been a solid investment all around this car because the glass,
emblements, rubber running boards, body gaskets, and convertible
top all look quite good. It's all very vintage, but the upgraded
ENKI alloys are also part of a better driving package. So as you
look over the whole car, you can see a detail-oriented presentation
that looks great, and at the same time, you just know it's begging
to hit the road.
Beneath the black folding roof is an attractive black interior.
Just like the exterior, the presentation inside likes to be very
vintage. So you have cool details like the earlier-style low-back
bucket seats, a full convertible boot, and seatbelts with the
Wolfsburg logo. But you can also see the right signs of a solid
investment. The seats, carpeting, and door panels have the clean
look of a quality classic. And the dash is even upgraded with an
AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input for your iPod. And everything from the
classic steering wheel to the carpeted trunk up front tells you
that this is a thoughtful Bug.
The engine bay is quite tidy with a clean and stock style. So you
can see details like the correct Bosch coil and the correct-style
decals. But the best part of a clean presentation is that it's also
a big indicator of the right maintenance. So the 1500cc flat-four
continues to be a hardy powerhouse. It fires up eagerly, and the
four-speed manual transmission gives you good control over it all.
Speaking of control, this one has been upgraded to four-wheel disc
brakes with drilled rotors. And those upgraded wheels mean you get
to fit sider modern tires with a better grip. So this really lives
up to its driver-friendly attitude.
Here's a bright VW Beetle convertible that's built for cruising,
and so you know this is exactly the car you want to pick up now for
the ultimate summertime fun. Call today!!!