Punch buggy, no punch backs.
If one could picture a single car that just radiates happiness, one might start rattling off fast exotics and dream muscle cars. While, sure, those would bring utmost happiness to any car enthusiast, but one should think of the vintage Volkswagen Beetle, a car that just exudes joy. Midwest Car Exchange is offering the opportunity to own one beautiful and downright joyous 1960 Volkswagen Beetle that has spent its entire life in California and Arizona.
Free of any cancerous rust, this VW Beetle is slathered in a gorgeous Beryl Green, and a roof rack with wood slats sits atop the roof. Exterior-wise, this vintage Bug features swan neck style side mirrors and front and rear bumper overriders. Chrome wheels with Wolfsburg crest center caps wrapped with BFG whitewall rubber.
Powering this beauty is a brand new 1776-cc aluminum case engine equipped with big valve cylinder heads, and only 200 miles have been accumulated on the car since installation. Shifting is provided by a smooth 4-speed manual transmission. Other mechanical highlights include an upgraded 12-volt system, a stainless steel exhaust system, Bergman fan shroud kit, and a new starter. Even the windshield washer pump was updated to electric. Stopping power comes in the form of new front disc brakes and a rear drum brake conversion.
The interior of the car has solid floors and features a custom tan "ostrich" pattern bucket seats with an ultra-soft leather feel. Also on the inside is a leather-wrapped steering wheel with a Wolfsburg Crest center cap and an AM/FM radio with Bluetooth in the glovebox.
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