This 1973 Volkswagen Super Beetle has a distinctive cruiser style.
But more than just the way it looks, this classic has a solid
driving feeling inside and out that makes it a fun classic to enjoy
whenever the mood strikes you.
No one is ever going to mistake this for a 1940s Ford, and we all
know that. Instead, the custom front trunk is fully enjoying the
independent spirit that's at the heart of Beetle ownership. The
bright yellow paint with color-matched wheels gives this one the
right look-at-me style while also being a true cruiser. Plus, nice
panels, clean glass, and good weather-stripping showcase an appeal
that goes beyond the custom appearance.
The black interior looks good against the yellow exterior, and the
Super Beetle means an inviting style. It includes high-back front
bucket seats, an improved dash, and the classic VDO gauge setup.
Many of the fundamentals look refreshed with stock materials, and
the result is a factory-style car that feels far fresher than the
1970s. And when we mean that this is vintage, it goes right down to
desirable details, like the AM/FM radio and rear window
Volkswagen's flat-four motor is a world-renowned hardy powerplant.
The 1600cc unit here starts, idles, and runs well. And smooth
shifts from the four-speed manual transmission make it feel
confident out on the road. This one loves to be driven. The
upgraded wheels have good cruising tires. Don't forget the Super
Beetle means it features a better steering box, bigger brakes, and
upgraded independent front suspension.
This VW has a unique style on the outside without trading in any of
the fundamentals that make this such a solid classic. It makes for
a desirable distinction offered at an affordable price. Call