This 1966 Volkswagen Beetle has a cool mix of cruiser upgrades and
pure vintage fun. So look at all the details of a Bug built for
Beetles have an individual spirit, and this one shows that off
well. It has a terrific classic style with the slate blue and cream
two-tone. And we love how the full-length trim is used as a
dividing line for the colors. There are also cool details like the
classic wood slat roof rack and wheels that coordinate with the
body's two-tone. You'll even notice the smoother fender top with
the turn signal behind the headlight glass. The overall appearance
is a driver-quality style, and that seems right on a car that was
built to be enjoyed. And you can appreciate a true classic with
good body lines and desirable earlier Bug features like bumpers
The interior has some nice style with the seats, carpet, headliner,
and other fundamentals looking like they have received recent solid
investments. And the seatbelts are a nice addition. Plus, there are
great details everywhere for vintage VW fans. It includes the
pop-out rear vent windows, steering wheel with Wolfsburg crest in
the center, and VDO speedometer with a separate fuel gauge.
In the rear is the correct 1300cc powerplant. It has a cool/classic
style, but fundamentals like the carburetor and coil look newer. So
you have the kind of hardy motor that made these VWs famous. You
get full control over this flat-four with the four-speed manual
transmission, and the newer modern tires make for a better cruiser.
Plus, for some of us, nothing beats the air-cooled VW's distinct
The sale of the classic even comes with its first title where it
was sold new in the Atlanta, Georgia area. This is a fun and
distinct classic that you can't resist. Call today!!!
1966 Volkswagen Beetle
Exterior Color:Slate Blue
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