Champion Motors International presents this 1975 Volkswagen Beetle
Convertible finished in Rallye Yellow with a Black interior and a
black top. With an extremely low 4,054 original miles and having
just been acquired from the original owners estate, this Volkswagen
looks very well preserved. To our knowledge, everything is original
including the rallye yellow paint. Volkswagen sold Beetle sedans in
the United States until August 1977, however, the Beetle
convertibles were produced until 1980. After 30 years of sales in
the United States, Beetle production had ended. Updates in 1975
included Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection and a new muffler to
comply with new emissions standards and 5 mph bumpers to comply
with safety standards, The standard beetles came with a
fuel-injected, air-cooled rear mounted four cylinder engine, which
produced 48 horsepower, a four speed manual transmission, dual
braking system, four wheel independent suspension and a flow
through ventilation system. Also standard were seat belts, two
speed windshield wipers, sun visors, folding rear seats and luggage
space under the front hood. Come see this all original, very low
mileage VW Super Beetle Convertible in our showroom today. *While
every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this
information, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions
contained on these pages. Please verify any information in question
with Champion Motors International.
1975 Volkswagen Beetle
Location:Syosset, New York
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