1979 Volkswagen Super Beetle
This is about as nice of a VW Super Beetle that you will find and she runs and drives just like brand new. Always a popular car with the masses, only 10,681 convertibles were built by Karman in this last year of production and they remain a sought after yet enjoyable collector car today with at strong market value.
It is powered by a 1600cc Bosche fuel injected engine with manual 4-speed transmission that shift ultra smooth.
It is done in the super desirable black and gray leather interior with wood accents. It sits on 15? alloy wheels with like-new tires and has had recent scheduled maintenance done. The top is in excellent condition and operates just as it should.
A new AM/FM/Bluetooth enabled stereo tops off (or tops down?) the complete cruising experience.
The vehicle is a believed to be an only 59,500 original mile example.
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This car is located and being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
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