800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1968 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is a terrific sunny day car presented in a sunny day color combo. And it even has some nice driver upgrades to make sure you're ready to take it out on every sunny day.
This car has an attraction to it because there's brightness you can spot from blocks away. And since the Beetle is one of the friendliest cars to ever hit the road, you can be as bold as you like without ever looking brash or boisterous. This yellow has a good driver-ready style, and the body has a clean and straight look of quality. There's plenty of brightwork with the chrome bumpers, full-length trim, and dual exhaust tips. There are more upgraded bright details, like the running boards and polished 15-inch wheels. So a car this bright also deserves a bright white top.
Of course, a car like this is meant to be enjoyed with the top down. So there's plenty of stylish white and yellow inside, too. But the carpeting is done in black so it's always easy to hop in a go or a drive - even if you have sandy shoes from the beach. There are the right classic driver details, like the high-back bucket seats, VDO gauge, and thin/grippy steering wheel with Wolfsburg crest. There are also the right upgrades. The EMPI shifter gives you a firm grip on the control. Plus, the AM/FM/cassette radio gives you better driving music in this cruiser-ready Bug.
Volkswagen's flat-four motor is the secret to the car's success. It has the hypnotic air-cooled hum that makes motoring fun. They built this 1600cc unit to be reliable, and that's why it still fires up with ease today. The control of a smooth-shifting four-speed manual transmission means you and the machine feel like a team getting the most out of the motor. This one also has upgraded front disc brakes and better tires from the upgraded wheels. So it was really made to be a fine drop-top cruiser.
Bright, fun, and solid - this VW hits all the right highlights, including an affordable price. So don't miss this deal. Call now!
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