This 1977 Volkswagen Beetle convertible is the perfect little car to cruise around in. Powering this VW is a 1600cc H4 converted to a carburetor setup and shifting power to the ground is a 4 speed manual transmission. The VW has 4 wheel disc brakes, manual convertible top, AM/FM/Cassette radio, custom wheels, seatbelts, and custom tan cloth interior. This white exterior with tan interior makes for a great color combination. For more details on this vehicle or to inquire about financing please call us at 704-598-2130 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
escarabajo fusca convertible cabriolet por fuscanet | fuscanet.com
en este video de fuscanet, demostramos como se quita la capota en simples
pasos. Notese que las ventanillas traseras son de broche y no bajan y suben
como una ventana normal. En invierno utilizo el travesanio corto
desmontable como se ve en el desarme (el que queda justo sobre el respaldo
de los asientos delanteros) porque le da su forma completa al techo y le da
mas estabilidad y rigidez a las ventanillas traseras. En verano como
mayormente esta descapotado, no lo uso por practicidad , asi no queda
suelto por ahi.
Classics Revealed: The Original Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) An Original Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is a
rare car indeed. Well at least rare when it comes to the classic VW Beetle.
While they build over 300,000 of first generation Beetle convertibles, they
built over 21 million of the same basic car but with a hard top. Recently
Volkswagen rolled out the 3rd generation of the iconic Beetle at the LA
Auto Show but at the same time they brought some of the original
convertibles to California. In the exclusive TFLcar video we drive an
original 1979 1500 cc fuel injected model that had only 250 miles on the
clock when we took the wheel. In fact this museum car from Germany is a
time machine straight from the factory floor.
132777 / 1973 Volkswagen Super Beetle
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This incredibly cool 1973 Super Beetle is the perfect car for a
budget-minded collector or someone who is new to the hobby.
Sporting a vivid coat of brilliant blue paint, this fully sorted and
completely road ready '73 Super Beetle is fresh out of a ground up
restoration which likely cost twice as much as we're asking for it. The
restorers began by stripping the car down to its bare floor pan and fully
prepping and rebuilding the body. Once the body was aligned to better than
factory standards, it was disassembled and evenly covered in two-stage
basecoat/clearcoat paint. The end result is a very clean, well-aligned bug
with a smooth finish and outstanding appearance that will provide years of
Powering this sharp '73 Super Beetle is the cars original dual port 1600 cc
air cooled, flat four cylinder, which upon its introduction in 1971 made a
bristling 50 horsepower. Completely
rebuilt during the cars restoration, it runs beautifully with that famous
and distinctive VW sound, and will likely putter along forever with a
minimum of fussing and tuning. At the top of the engine, a mirror-like air
cleaner feeds air to a new Bocar one barrel carburetor. To the left of that
carburetor, a Bosch coil supplies a traditional points distributor that's
equipped with Bosch plug wires. And to the right of that carburetor, a
chrome generator sits above a body-matched oil filler tube and chrome
dipstick. At the back of the engine, a Claudes Buggies ignition system is
affixed to the cars blue firewall, and in front of the engine, a new belt
snakes around blue Scat pulleys and an aluminum Scat tensioner. Exhaust is handled by fresh VW branded headers;
and, like the rest of the car, the entire engine bay has been restored to
show quality standards.
Take one look underneath this VW and you'll see just how much work went
into its complete, nut and bolt restoration. Both the front and rear
suspensions have obviously been completely rebuilt and feature fresh
bushings, fresh shocks and an aftermarket anti-sway bar. At the front of
the car, new disc brakes are equipped with fresh hardware and new pads, and
at the back of the car, rebuilt drum brakes are outfitted with fresh hoses.
Power flows from the motor into a 4-speed manual transmission which turns
four chrome EMPI eight spoke wheels that are wrapped in 175R15 Nanking
front and 205/75R15 Republic Ensign rear radials. The bottom of this Beetle
is spotless and looks spectacular with all-new stainless hardware holding
together straight and solid floors which display a great looking coat of
gloss black paint.
Pop open the door and you'll find a completely custom blue LED lit interior
which features a $2K sound system and is the perfect spot to spend the
afternoon cruising. The driver and front passenger enjoy firm Procar by
Scat buckets, rear occupants ride on a custom covered bench and all
passengers are secured with new, correct lap belts. At the front of the
car, a new for 1973 padded dash shows no warping or fading and, with the
exception of an MP3 compatible Alpine CD player, features the same
minimalist readouts and accessories found in all Beetles. Below the seats,
brand new black carpet lies under custom kick panels that have been
outfitted with large Infinity Reference speakers and a chrome EMPI trigger
shifter. At the sides of the seats, completely painted door jams and window
frames contrast well to custom two-tone door panels which feature new
armrests, billet window cranks and billet lock knobs. Above the seats a
thick and tight custom headliner stretches from door to door and leads the
eye to a reworked package tray which has been professionally upholstered
and houses two more massive Infinity Reference speakers. In front of the
driver, a familiar Grant GT steering wheel makes good use of the cars
reduced turning radius, and in front of the cockpit, a spacious, by Beetle
standards, fully restored front hatch holds a horizontal spare tire.
If you're looking for fun, practical transportation, this fully sorted
Super Beetle looks awesome and is ready to go. Call, click or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!
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1974 Volkswagen Super Beetle Convertible - Possible Rare Sun Bug Edition VW
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I thought you might like a look at this very clean 1974 VW Super Beetle
convertible. It's powered by the original 1600 cc horizontally-opposed
flat 4 cylinder, backed by a four-speed manual trans. This car may be a
very rare, "Sun Bug" edition, but that would take some more research to
verify. It has the correct gold paint, the wood grain dash, stamped steel
wheels, Wolfsburg crest, etc. It is showing 72,xxx miles on the odometer
and I believe that is the original mileage. I looked at this car a couple
of years back when it was showing 68,xxx miles. As you can see in the
video, it is in really nice condition and starts up and runs well. I hope
you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
1961 VW Beetle, Sunroof, Fabulous!, SOLD!
1961 VW Beetle, Sunroof, Fabulous!, FOR SALE
This is a recently acquired motorcar, we've not even had a chance to detail
it yet! This solid little bug just had a $3,000 engine and drivetrain
rebuild by a VW specialist in Temecula, CA. This little bug performs
brilliantly!! Mechanically it is excellent with a dual-port 1600 engine
that has been totally rebuilt (less than 200 miles since the mechanical
restoration). The paint and interior are average and it has benefited from
a new stereo and speakers hidden in the glove box.
Being a Florida and California car it has almost no rust, just a very small
section near the drivers door. We even tested it fill the Filler Detective
to ensure it didn't have any surprises. The belly pan is in excellent
condition. The glass is very good and the chrome and stainless trim are in
very good condition except for the door vent window frames could be
The tan interior appears to have been totoally replaced in the last few
years and is in good condition. There is one small hole the size of a dime
in the drivers seat back. There are four VW seat belts installed in the
car as well.
For more information call 951.901.5088 or visit
Awesome Vw Beetle 1303s
This is my 1973 beetle, it's a 1303s, it took 3 and a half years to restore
it, every single bolt was checked, original engine, full leather interior,
power steering, original ATS Cup rims, electric windows, LED lights, and
much more, check it out!!