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It's time you discovered a modern classic with serious rarity. This 2002 Volkswagen New Beetle GLS Turbo is a Color Concepts special edition. These are rumored to be as rare as only 2,000 for each color, and in fact, a manual transmission model like this may get the number down to only one of 500 ever! That's the kind of rareness we're all looking for, and this one offers it on a bold coupe that's loaded with the best features.
Snap Orange is great to have on a special edition known for its color. There's a bold style that makes it look like Herbie ate a habanero. And even the special VW Take 5 wheels have color-matched inserts bolted into the alloys for a truly distinct style. This looks to be largely the factory paint application, and it shows off well-fitting sheetmetal, so this has the look of a well-respected car. In fact, this one is coming from a collector who amassed the five Color Concepts models and kept them all for a few years. So while you will find signs of use that reflect this car's actual mileage, you can also see this is a limited edition that is worthy of appreciating.
The interior really shows off how the Color Concept cars earn their name. Every New Beetle came with door tops that were color-matched to the outside. But these special editions make it a far more thoughtful package with a matching orange also on the door panels, rear side panels, grab handle, and center armrest. And the orange inserts in the leatherette seats and contrast stitching really sets the rare Color Concept cars apart from the rest. Some of the upholstery is reflective of the mileage, but since this one was part of the collection for its completeness, it remains looking impressive today. Plus, this coupe is loaded with all the best features, including power windows, power locks, an alarm, tilt/telescopic steering column, power steering, electric rear defogger, cruise control, heated seats, and the factory Monsoon AM/FM/cassette stereo. You even have the best in safety with dual front airbags, side airbags, and anti-lock brakes. And with cold-blowing air conditioning and a power sunroof, you can really understand how this is a breezy, fun, and comfortable collectible.
The engine of choice in these earlier New Beetles was the turbocharged 1.8-liter fuel-injected motor. They were the most powerful offered of their time, and the peppy turbo nature just goes well with the Beetle's style. This fires up readily and runs smoothly, like a modern car should. But more than just practical, a car with a five-speed manual transmission, nimble handling, and four-wheel power disc brakes is going to happily remind you that the Germans engineer enthusiast cars.
Complete with the owner's manual, this is the cool modern classic that gives you a terrific balance of true rarity, a bold color, and a package that fits into your daily routine. Call today!!!
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