Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this
1969 Volkswagen Karmann Beetle convertible. The Beetle has an
incredibly deep history dating all the way back until the thirties
era! With a team lead by Ferdinand Porsche the "people's car"
debuted in 1938. Over the next decade the car became widely known
in its home country as the Kfer (German for "Beetle"). With subtle
changes over the years across many generations, the Beetle is the
longest-running and most manufactured car of a single platform ever
made! Here we have a '69 Model, and a Karmann Cabriolet to boot.
Karmann Cabriolet's are highly sought after over standard Beetle
convertibles as they have better reinforcement to strengthen the
body with the loss of the top, along with other nice aesthetics
options only available with the Karmann. The VIN for this year &
the chassis number does start with "15", which signifies it is
indeed a Karmann Cabriolet. The engine is an air-cooled 1600cc H4
attached to a four-speed manual transmission. Attractive Red paint
and black interior with a matching convertible top make this Beetle
convertible a must-have. This 1969 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
also comes with its parade boot. Whether you are a Beetle
enthusiast or looking for a little fun in the sun this convertible
fits the bill! This beetle has been nicely restored and ready to
go! clean all around, she will not last long on our floor!
1969 Volkswagen Beetle
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