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1963 Volkswagen Beetle Ragtop for Sale

Visit http://sanfranciscosportscars.com/1963-volkswagen-beetle-ragtop/ to see this amazing 1963 Volkswagen Beetle Ragtop sold by San Francisco Sports Cars. This factory ragtop Beetle has 48,962 miles and has been completely restored in beautiful VW original colors with a vintage roof rack as well! 2 sets of rims, bias-ply white walls for show and black wall radials for regular driving. This is an 8 yr old restoration of a very, very nice original Beetle. Original engine, books, stickers under hood etc... This car is ready to show or drive anywhere. We'd love to hear your comments on this beautiful ragtop VW Beetle, and a thumbs up would be nice too. Don't forget to stop by and join us on Facebook for more classic car goodness. Contact: Brad Goldstone 415-847-4169 San Francisco Sports Cars 191 Industrial Rd San Carlos, CA 94070


 


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