Sporting one of the most robust drivetrains ever put into an automobile, there may be no more reliable choice for a classic car than a Volkswagen Beetle. Not only are these cars easy to work on, but the parts are readily available and cheaper than parts for any of your modern day daily drivers. The Volkswagen Super Beetle was first built in 1971 and featured a MacPherson coil spring set up which freed up more storage space in the compact luggage compartment. Later Super Beetles also featured more refinements including a larger curved windshield, modernized padded dashboard and finally, the Bosch controlled fuel injection engine.
Finished in White over White with a blue top, this 1979 Volkswagen Super Beetle has travelled just over 37,000 miles since new. The body on the car is beautifully preserved and has survived all these years completely free from rust. Living under the roof of the same owner for the last 15 years, the Volkswagen has always been garage kept and has been maintained as needed. The car has had one repaint and still has the original interior which is in excellent condition. The car is completely stock as she came from the factory.
For the car enthusiast looking for an incredibly fun drop top, or the VW collector that wants a stellar example, this 1979 Beetle has it all.