Here we have a beautifully preserved 1963 Volkswagon Beetle. This car used to belong to Steven's Creek Volkswagon and was well cared for. The engine fires up easily, the engine runs strong, the gears shift smoothly, the horn works, the headlights work, the wipers work, and the car sits on great tires. Inside there was not any rips or tears found in the upholstery. This car is beautiful inside and out and the black paint reflects like a mirror. We have a box of spare parts for it as well as a copy of the original sales brochure.If you have any questions feel free to give us a call at (408)610-1000.
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