1956 Volkswagen Beetle Oval Window
Check out this Beetle Oval-Window Restomod! It has had a body-off-pan restoration! The side windows have had the vent windows removed and a one piece custom glass installed, which winds up and down normally.
High Performance 1776cc 4-Cylinder Dual-Carb Engine
Dellorto 34b Carbs
Standard 4-Speed Manual Transmission
Triple Dipped Chrome Detailed Engine Compartment
Converted to 12 Volt, Still has the Generator
Billet Timing Gear
Stainless Steel BugPack Header and Muffler
Full Flow Oil System
Urethane Engine and Trans Mounts
Standard Drum Brakes All Around
All Rubber Lines are in Great Shape
All New Suspension and Steering Gear
New Clutch and Pressure Plate
New Throw Out Bearing
Adjustable Sway Bars with Urethane Bushings
Original German Metal
Lovely Indigo Yellow Paint
Show Quality Base Coat/Clear Coat Paint
Modified Front Windows
Rare Oval Window
All Chrome has been Triple Dipped
Factory Bumper Guards
Covered Running Boards
New Weather Stripping
New Rubber Surrounds on Front and Rear Windshileds
Factory Glass Covers on Headlights
No Patches in the Body or Floors
Floorboards are Solid
Traditional VW Chrome Wheels
New Front Tires 145/15's Up Front
205/60/15 Rear Tires
Custom Two-Tone Yellow and Saddle Brown Interior
AM/FM Cassette Stereo
Cocoa Floor Mats
Steering Wheel is in Great Condition
Beautifully Painted Dash
Headliner is in Excellent Shape
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