This 1970 Volkswagen Beetle has a custom style inside and out. And
while this is pure rolling distinction, you still get that classic
silhouette and everyman price that makes the Bug an icon.
This one really has something to offer from every angle. The
deleted front bumper and upgraded clear headlights put a
distinctive face forward. The sides show off the smooth deleted
trim and deleted fender indicators (they're integrated into the
headlight housing now.) And Fuchs-style wheels remind you that the
Beetle was a Porsche creation. And the blue and silver two-tone is
a thoughtful individual style that even has a hint of metallic. The
car's finish and overall presentation are meant to be more of a
driver-style car. After all, the big stinger-style exhaust tip lets
you know this one was made for fun.
The interior has a cool sense of style. The gray goes well with the
exterior silver, and there are nice details, like the cloth inserts
in both the door panels and seats. And speaking of the seats, those
front buckets have been upgraded to have body-hugging bolstering.
There are nice updates, like a newer headliner, newer carpeting,
and pop-out rear windows. Upgraded pedals, a sports steering wheel,
and an EMPI shifter for the four-speed are part of the focus on
Under the rear hatch is the 1500cc powerhouse. It has a fully
polished presentation with the firewall, fan shroud, pulleys,
clips, and much more giving you a mirror-like glow. And while you
have an expensive style, a cornerstone of Beetle ownership is how
simple and economical they are to work on one. Plus, while most
people talk about their motor's VW's air-cooled hum, this one
utilizes that trumped middle pipe to announce it's something
special. This even has front disc brakes, and the upgraded wheels
allow you to fit more modern tires. So this has the potential to be
your favorite cruiser.
There have been good investments in this VW, and the price leaves
room in your budget for even more personalization and upgrades. It
makes for a stylish, comfortable, and distinct classic - all for a
great price. Call now!
1970 Volkswagen Beetle
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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