1985 Bremen Sebring Is A True Exotic With Custom Upgrades

Aug 22, 2019 2 min read
1985 Bremen Sebring Is A True Exotic With Custom Upgrades

This level of cool attention rarely comes at such an affordable price.

This 1985 Bremen Sebring is a true exotic all the way down to the way you enter this slick and sporty coupe. Streetside Classics is pleased to offer up this distinct vehicle for your consideration at an asking price of $21,995. It’s quite incredible how something this distinct can also be so affordable; you can make an offer on the car right here. Titled as a “1985 Special Construction” vehicle, the sale of this Sebring comes with all the build receipts and original promotional materials.

Sterling Sports Cars produced complete kits to transform everyday Volkswagen Beetles into something truly phenomenal. The Sebring project furthered that appeal by also making the vehicles more comfortable. The transformation is so extensive that there isn’t any evidence of its Volkswagen roots visible on the outside. Instead, you’re faced with a low front end, pop-up headlights, and a seriously sleek appearance. What’s more, there are modern upgrades like LED taillights and a race-inspired rear spoiler. The stunning white fiberglass body in a single-piece casting looks smooth and hugs every body line gracefully with black accents to make it exceptionally dynamic and distinct.

These cars are well-known for their single-piece windshield, roof, and sides that all lift up to make the Sebring look like a million-dollar supercar. This example has been upgraded with a key fob to use with the electric actuator hinges. That means you can take some steps back and still close up this sporty car with pride. This Sebring is more than just some cool doors; it’s also got high-back bucket seats borrowed from a Porsche 914, crisp Equus gauges in a carbon fiber-like panel, a grippy sports steering wheel, and an EMPI shifter. Black your favorite beats on the modern AM/FM/CD stereo and be on your merry way.

The impressive features don’t end there; even the engine bay is sporting an upgraded look with the exotic polish and flair to boot. This model is instantly recognizable as a hardy VW four-cylinder. So, while it may have the same good looks as some of the supercars out there, maintenance is super easy. In fact, you get extra performance over a Beetle thanks to the larger 1835cc motor and a twin set of dual-barrel carburetors. The engine is mated to a smooth four-speed manual transmission that allows you to take full control of the VW's notably robust powerhouse. Other driving upgrades include front disc brakes and modern Kumho sport tires.

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