We now have the pleasure of offering this very nice 1965 Beetle for sale. This car is ready to enjoy. It had a complete new paint job about two years ago, and it really looks great. The car runs and drives very well, and we just did a complete tune up with a new fuel filter, spark plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, and spark plugs. We have done quite a bit of other work to improve the car as well. We installed all new carpet along with new sound deadener material. We even installed a complete new 12 volt wiring harness and rewired the entire car. We also installed a new radio and speakers, a new glove box, and a new battery. This car really looks great and is ready to drive, take to your next local cruise, or VW meet and enjoy. Offered now for only $9,900.
The all-original two-owner Beetle looks to be in remarkable condition
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