Here we have the 1973 Volkswagen Beetle! The vehicle has been completely restored with a nice paint job! This super beetle has a customized interior with red and black bucket seats and matts. The seats are leather and cloth material. Included is an alarm system, am/fm radio, and cd player. The engine has not been touched and is the original. Really clean, runs good, and I am the original owner.
I also have had an inspection done on the vehicle by Road Ready Inspections, and the report is available if you would like to view it.
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