The longest running and most manufactured car of a single platform
ever made, the Volkswagen Beetle made its first debut in the 1930s,
with the first models arriving in America in 1949. More than 21.5
million Beetles were produced during this time, making it the
fourth most produced vehicle ever. Beetles have always maintained
their status as the most recognizable and iconic cars of all time.
In 80-years of production, very little changed aesthetically about
the vehicle until the New Beetle's introduction in 1997.
This 1976 Super Beetle was the recipient of a comprehensive
restoration and maintained much of its life as a part of a large
private collection in a museum environment. This is evident in how
the car shows pristine from front to back. Once we acquired this
Beetle, since it had been in a museum environment, we immediately
had the engine broken down and resealed, installed a new clutch,
applied new tires to the car and replaced the front and rear
bumpers. The result is a car that shows like new and is ready to
drive anywhere. On the outside, the Laguna Blue paint shows
extremely well and is offset by the car's light grey convertible
top and matching light gray interior. Powered by a 1600cc
fuel-injected motor tied to a 4-speed manual transmission, this car
begs you to hop in, drop the top and take it for a spin. Demand for
highly restored Beetles is growing and this car provides the chance
to acquire one you can enjoy, show and take advantage of the
model's value appreciation.
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and
unknown if original.
1976 Volkswagen Beetle
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
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