Ultra Motorsports is very pleased to offer this very well presented 1975 Volkswagen Beetle. Benefiting from a recent paint job, this beetle is looking very clean. The original color Phoenix Red paint laid out very nicely with no extensive body work required during the process. All trim and chrome are in good condition and would not need replaced. The window gaskets and weatherstripping are in very good condition as well. On the underside, this Beetle is in great shape with no required repair. There has been one small repair to the floor. The repair was done professionally and looks tidy. The interior is in very good condition. There is a small area behind the driver that is torn. A NEW HEADLINER will be included with this sale. It will need to be installed. Our shop will gladly give an estimate to install the new headliner. Mechanically this car is ready for anything. The fuel injected engine fires immediately and runs like a sewing machine. The ORIGINAL engine and transmission are in perfect sync and running well. New fuel injectors, plugs, wires and vacuum lines have recently been done. All instruments are working as they should. The addition of disc brakes in the front allow this car to stop on a dime. Additionally, all new brake lines and new rear drums will ensure your safety. As some may notice the stance of this Beetle has been adjusted ever so slightly to give a sporty appearance. Overall, this iconic classic vehicle presents itself very well. This car could be driven with confidence to a car show and certainly come home with a trophy. Please call our office (260)969-5666 or Rich (260)704-0234 if you would like additional information, photos, or video. Trades always welcome. Worldwide shipping assistance is available. -- EXTERIOR: Excellent Overall Exterior Condition; Glossy Paint; Excellent Exterior Trim; Excellent Windshield; No Scratches, Dents, Rust; Fully Detailed; No Accidents; No Body Work -- INTERIOR: Excellent Overall Interior Condition; Excellent Dashboard; Excellent Carpets; Excellent Trunk/Cargo Space; Excellent Seats; Excellent Floor Mats; No Holes, Dents, Stains, Discoloring; Fully Detailed
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