This is a great looking 1966 Volkswagen Beetle in great driver condition. New for 1966 was the 1300 engineit was powerful, frugal on gas and could scream at high RPM all day long! This is a great collector car that is strong and well constructed. Exterior is red and the paint is in very good condition. Interior is white with bucket seats and a white headliner. Dash is painted red to match the exterior. Engine is the 1300 cc 50 hp with a 4 speed manual transmission. Car starts, runs, and drives with excellent performance. Engine has been rebuilt as well as the transmission. This 1966 Beetle is a good looking driver and only needs a few cosmetics to be showy. It is located in SC.
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