Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1977 Volkswagen Dune Buggy is an icon of fun. Driving it puts a big grin on your face, and it makes others wonder what's your next adventure.
The orange paint is a cool bright hue that goes on the best buggies. You get that vibrant style that stays noticed in the wood, on the beach, or even on the boulevard. The fiberglass body looks good and complete to give you a nice presentation for the iconic design lines, and the matte finish gives it a nice touch of modern. More than just the paint, this one's style also hides some true substance. For example, the nice set of tubular side rails and bumper are a fashionable way to add some protection. And the outlaw-style polished wheels have a larger/wider rear set for the sand.
The interior was built for function, and this shows it off well. You have a pair of single-mold race buckets, and covers even come with the sale. There's also a proper roll bar. The diamond plate floors help show off an overall robust construction that's good for an outdoor lifestyle. And the simple wood dash panel and open rear cargo shelf make it easy to do all your own custom upgrades. In fact, the speakers in the dash probably have you thinking about a nice stereo.
The heart of a good dune buggy is a stout VW unit. The 1600cc motor is on display for everyone to see and this is attractively tidy. There's nothing too fancy here, because after all, the largest appeal is VW's steadfast flat-four, and so they don't try to sacrifice usefulness for needless add-ons. The four-speed manual transmission means maximum control and maximum fun, and the new Kumho tires are the right mix of modern construction and deep treads for all-around usefulness.
A cool VW buggy that looks this good and is priced so right won't stay with us long. Don't miss out, call today!
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