800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1972 Volkswagen Super Beetle has some nice extras inside and out to make sure the classic known for its individuality knows how to be a unique and fun cruiser.
The blue paint is a later upgrade, and the nice metallic adds radiance to the car\'s famous curves. Beetles love to be about a fun individual style, and this one takes it to heart. This includes headlight eyelids, sports mirrors, chrome rain guards, and bumpers replaced with nerf bars. Plus, they not only took some extra time to color-match areas like the running boards but also some fun upgrades. You see on the contoured windshield the sun visor and the rear window louvers almost look like an extension of the engine\'s air cooling slats. The finishing touch is a set of polished EMPI 15-inch wheels for a cool and classic stance.
The black interior has all the right fundamentals, and the doors still close with that reassuring sound of German build quality. You may choose to recover the front seats, add a modern stereo, or make other updates. The easy parts and upgrading availability is often part of the fun of VW ownership. You already have excellent driver features like a three-spoke sports steering wheel and a JSC so-cal style shifter.
The rear-mounted 1600cc flat-four is a hardy powerhouse. And you can also see newer investments in places like the carburetor, timing crankshaft pulley, and a FlameThrower distributor. So it makes for a motor that fires up eagerly and runs strong. Features like the four-speed manual transmission and Super Beetle\'s updated front suspension make for a solid driver. This one has been upgraded, too, with front disc brakes, adjustable rear coilovers, and new Firestone tires to heighten the cruiser experience.
This is a driver-quality and driver-ready custom VW. It makes for a classic that loves to hit the road, and it looks good. Rarely do you get this level of usefulness and appeal for an affordable price, so you know it\'s time to hurry on this deal. Call now!
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