1972 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Green Convertible 1600cc 4-Cylinder 37894 Mil
) “Volkswagen’s Beetle is one of the oldest nameplates in automotive history still in use today.” – Car and Driver, December 2015 Domantis Magazine’s “Beginner’s Guide to VW Beetle Species” summarized the development of the early seventies Super Beetle: “For a long time in the US, the Beetle was an obvious choice if somebody wanted a compact and economical car.
” Offered here is a refreshed and lightly modified 1972 Beetle Convertible wearing professionally applied bright green pearlescent paint over a classic black interior. The bug has traveled just 37,894 miles since new, or fewer than 800 miles per-year on average. The exterior pearlescent paint (which continues across the interior dashboard) suits the Beetle well offering a contemporary update to its iconic good looks.
The Wolfsburg-castle-embossed black steering wheel frames the characteristically simple VW gauges on the green, body-colored background. No radio is mounted in the factory location; the new owner is free to add a period-look unit or a more current audio head unit. The car’s front trunk (frunk) is clean and tidy with a spare in place.