1978 VW Super Beetle

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We are presenting this driver quality 78 Super Beetle at our showroom now.    The current owner has had a great deal of work done on the car. The top and inner liner are new as of 2014, along with the interior dash, and seat covers.    The Beetle has been well maintained by it's current owner for 10 years. She has had regular work done on it when ever needed.    The dash has warped over the 10 years since it was installed. 

The 1.6L 1600cc engine runs great. The folder of receipts will show that the car has had several things done over the years to keep it running great. The fuel tank was cleaned out, the carburetor was rebuilt, the throttle cable was replaced, and so much more.    The brakes were redone in 2019. That included new shoes front and back, new wheel cylinders, and more.    The undercarriage does have rust, but it's not as bad as some we've seen.

The bumpers are in need of work.    The trunk looks solid and the spare tire and wheel are intact and look to be in good condition. The spare tire well looks solid as well.    The paint is peeling from under the bonnet lid.    The paint was done in 2010 and is a driver quality job, showing just a little orange peel in areas, but looks good overall.    

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