213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
It's great when you can find a well-priced and well-presented iconic classic. So take a look at all the details on this 1967 Volkswagen Beetle, but just know that you're not the only one admiring this very vintage Bug.
The black paint makes for added distinction on this VW. Sure it has a good gloss, but what's really nice is how it makes a distinct contrast for all the brightwork pieces. You can tell they've taken added care here with the mirror-like bumpers, nice two-piece wheel trim, distinct dual exhaust tips, and the body trim that highlights the Beetle's unique curves. Plus, you'll appreciate the details, like the new wheels/tires package and good-looking rubber seals.
The interior continues the dignified black look. There are signs of a solid investment here to make this feels fresh and a nice place to spend some time. VW fans will always take note of all the great vintage features. This includes the items that would disappear after this model year, like the low-back bucket seats and the separate VDO fuel gauge. Plus, we know your heart skips a beat every time you grab the thin and grippy steering wheel with Wolfsburg crest in the center.
One of the biggest reasons the Beetle is an enduring icon is because it has a motor built for endurance. VW's flat-four is the epitome of the easy care classic, and the unique hum of this air-cooled motor is what keeps us enthusiasts. Plus, this 1600cc unit is an upgrade to the largest offered over the car's entire run. The engine fires up readily, and the four-speed gives a smooth action. And with the motor over the driving rear wheels and the control of the stick shift, this Beetle is always fun to drive.
Distinct, iconic, and priced-right, this Beetle has a lot to offer. So hurry up before someone else grabs this deal. Call today!!!
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