800 Derita Road, Ste. A
There's something great about a unique Beetle. It's the recipe of taking German precision, adding an affordable parts network, and topping this one off with custom touches to make people turn heads. That's why we love an affordable classic like this 1972 Volkswagen Super Beetle.
This is the right mix of a later Beetle body with plenty of the early Beetle flair. You have a bright yellow and white custom two-tone that utilizes the Bug's own trim as the perfect dividing line. Plus, the upgraded polished wheel covers combine with the re-chromed bumpers to give you the extra brightwork of a true classic. But you still get the extra trunk space that comes from a Super Beetle. So this is really the best of both worlds.
The fun attitude of the exterior continues inside. The exterior yellow returns on the metal parts, and that's combined with some upgraded wood-like trim on the dash for a very fun vibe. Plus, you have an upgraded AM/FM stereo with USB input, so that's great for everything from modern driving tunes to charging your phone. The high-back bucket seats that came on the later models are particularly comfortable for all-day cruising. And there are other great classic Beetle pieces like the Wolfsburg crest steering wheel and effective central VDO gauge.
The familiar 1600 cc air-cooled flat-four engine is a big part of the Beetle's appeal. They are easy to maintain and upgrade, and as you can see on this one, it has the tidy look of proper recent investments. It fires up readily with that iconic air-cooled hum. You get to take full control of the motor and its hypnotic soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. It's a great driving classic, and that's also because the Super Beetle package includes the upgraded front suspension and larger brake package.
Complete with maintenance records, this is a bright Beetle with a bright attitude, and it's up for grabs at an affordable price. So you know that means this deal will be going soon. Call now!
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