Engine:1600cc fuel injected air cooled
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: White
Number of Cylinders: 4
Model: Beetle - Classic
Trim: Black and Wood Grain
Drive Type: Front
Options: Cassette Player, Convertible
Sub Model: Champagne II Edition
Exterior Color: Ancona Blue
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
1978 Ancona Blue Karmann Assembled Champagne II edition Convertible Super Beetle. VIN available upon
request. This car is 95% Original. It has a white top and white interior and boot. Only 1100 of these cars were
produced. They came in two colors, Ancona Blue ( A Porsche Color ) and Peach Red Metallic. This is a survivor car
with no body damage and relatively good interior only showing some wear. The engine had only 20,500 original
miles when purchased it now has 21,000. We recently replaced the battery and transmission. The car has one small
tear in the back of the headliner one small place in the side of the passengerís seat, the floor matt shows some wear
and the rearview mirror needs to be fixed. The previous owner had removed the air-conditioning compressor. But
remember its 35 years old. This is a beautiful classic car that is fun to drive and will get a lot of compliments.
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A Brazilian politician tried to save it, unsuccessfully, so the final Last Edition Volkswagen Type 2 Kombi was produced on December 20, 2013 and now resides in a vintage museum at Volkswagen's Commercial Vehicles HQ in Hanover, Germany.
The Volkswagen Microbus was built for 56 years, starting in September 1957. Brazil was the last country still assembling it, but new safety regulations in the country requiring airbags and ABS on all cars spelled the end. When that politician introduced a bill that would pardon only the 'Bus from a death sentence, it couldn't garner the required number of votes for passage. The South American country takes the Kombi production title, though, with 1.5 million of the 3.5 million total made in the home of Copacabana beach and the girl from Ipanema.
The VW Bus is dead. Now perhaps we can turn our attentions to the still-not-totally-settled matter of the Bulli...
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Now it's official: Andretti Autosport will campaign the 2014 GRC season with VWs. That's all that's been said for now, Andretti being busy at the moment launching four entries for IndyCar, two for Indy Lights and two for Pro Mazda. We have a feeling we'll be seeing the MkVII Golf involved, but the cars and the driver lineup will be presented at the Chicago Auto Show on February 6.
The Scirocco is undoubtedly one of the better-looking models in the Volkswagen lineup, but introduced back in 2008, it's now been on the market - some markets, anyway - for the better part of six years. VW is said to have an all-new replacement in the works, but before that arrives, the German automaker has announced a facelifted version with revised styling and a new engine lineup.
Set to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show next month, the new Scirocco benefits from updated styling front and rear, high-tech exterior lighting, a revised cabin space with some throwback retro touches, some new technologies and, of course, an array of fresh wheel options ranging from 17 to 19 inches.
The updated Scirocco will be offered with a wide array of engines right from the get-go, including four gasoline options and two diesels, spanning from 125 horsepower all the way up to the 280-hp Scirocco R. The 2014 model hits European showrooms in August, but unfortunately isn't any more likely to make the transatlantic voyage Stateside than the version it replaces. Still interested? There's plenty to see in the high-res image gallery above and details in the press release below.