Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville Tennessee is proud to digitally
present this stunning 1974 Volkswagen Thing Convertible! This 1974
VW Thing is a ton of fun to drive, pop the hardtop off , lay that
front window down and truly enjoy the road "if you are in a helmet
state you will need to wear one with the windshield down "Carve the
corners and or hit the beach for Sunday fun-day. Powering this
mighty machine is a 1600CC air cooled VW engine. Made to take a
licking and keep on ticking, please do not lick hot engine. Backing
the power-plant in the rear of this 1974 Volkswagen Thing for sale
is a 4-speed manual transmission that is ready to be tossed through
the gears and right around the county side. As you climb into this
thing for sale you can rest on a plush black vinyl sport bucket
seat and know that your passenger is just as comfortable. With a
Bench in the back your passengers can grab ahold of the front seats
and hold on because the goods are on their way! Options and
features that come with this 1974 Volkswagen Thing Convertible for
sale feature : AM/FM/cassette player, Manual hardtop convertible
top, Radial tires that are wrapped around steel wheels with chrome
hub caps to match. For more information please feel free to call
the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or visit us on the web at
[email protected] held pursuant to permit No.
19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
1974 Volkswagen Thing
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