Original Owner for 30 Years!! Restored Top to Bottom!! Black Plate California Car!! Original Engine Freshly Rebuilt Bendix Sapphire AM Radio Finished in its original color of Java Green, the exterior of this Beetle contrasts well against the two tone white and brown interior, both in pristine condition. Having been through a thorough restoration, panel gaps are even and correct, and all trim and chrome are in near new condition. Inward the brown seats are perfectly matched to the original equipment, along with the door panels and carpeting too. Interior features include a correct Bendix Sapphire AM Radio, and an electric blower for the heat. The detailed engine compartment highlights the original 1,200cc engine that was completely rebuilt around 6,000 miles ago. This well sorted Beetle runs as good as it looks and truly is turnkey! It starts easily and shifts effortlessly through all gears, and drives down the road straight and true. A true pleasure to drive! Having just completed a thorough TLD detail, this car must be seen to be appreciated! Please stop by our showroom and see how nice this Beetle really is, down to The Last Detail.
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