For 65 years VW basically built the beetle in what I would refer to
as a "One Design" configuration. Yes, there were some cosmetic
changes throughout the many years but the classic look remained the
same. Its hard to mention anything about the beetle that people
don't already know. It is the most recognized vehicle on the planet
even though they stopped making this configuration almost twenty
years ago, which seems strange.
This is a Super Beetle, which was a little bigger than a standard
and allowed for some more interior and luggage room. I am assuming
based on the condition of the car that the mileage has rolled once.
The cosmetic condition of the car is ok. It has some dings, dents
and paint issues with some rust repair throughout but mechanically
it seems to be great. Although the underside is dirty, appears to
not really leave any oil on the ground and does not smoke at start
up. Based on the engine dress up kit, I am going to guess it has
been gone through at some point. All the lights work including the
wipers, the top is in nice condition as well. The tires and brakes
seem fine and is a fun car to drive. This was used as a summertime
fun car here in Northern Michigan and then put away in the
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1972 Volkswagen Beetle
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