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1965 Volkswagen Beetle

This immaculate Volkswagen Beetle from 1965 has just hit Bring a Trailer and is up for grabs! The iconic car has had only one owner and underwent a cosmetic and mechanical refurbishment in 2005. Work included rebuilds of the transmission and gearbox, new floor pans, and a repaint in the factory shade of Sea Blue. Black-painted steel wheels are equipped with polished hubcaps and cream-colored beauty rings. The gorgeous interior features a a sunroof, mesh grey leatherette seats with lap belts, a factory push-button radio, a two-spoke steering wheel, salt-and-pepper carpets, and two-tone door panels. Power comes from a 1,200cc flat-four engine that was also rebuilt, linked with a 4-speed manual transaxle. A driving video is viewable below.



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