Just in time for the sunshine! Check out this extremely clean trade in at Rockstar. Featured is a 1978 Super Beetle Cabriolet with fuel injection. Original engine dive train etc has not been modified or changed. Paint as well as interior has been personalized with a two tone scheme and works really well with this generation beetle. Runs and drives out great due to previous owners care for this car. Previous owner traveled frequently however when at home drove the car daily. But come check it out for yourself. Call to schedule an appointment or just swing by. Trades welcome and bank financing available. Visit Rockstar Motorcars online at www.rockstarmotorcars.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 615-301-1737 today to schedule your test drive.
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