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Rare 2003 Vw “chromaflair” 1.8 Turbo New Beetle Glx W/ Less Than 100k Miles on 2040-cars

US $10,000.00
Year:2002 Mileage:97600 Color: Purple /

Alexandria, Virginia, United States

Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Rare 2003 VW “ChromaFlair” 1.8 Turbo New Beetle GLX w/ less than 100K Miles, US $10,000.00, image 1

Only 200 of these limited edition 1.8 Turbo New Beetles were imported to the US with two paint options (Cyan/Purple and Silver/Green) that appear to change color when viewed from different angles. This eye-catching Cyan/Purple car came fully loaded with all the options that were available for that model year, including:
Black Leather Interior
Power Sunroof
Heated Seats
Cruise Control
Monsoon Sound system w/ Cassette Player
6-Disc CD Changer
17" "Long Beach" wheels
Speed activated rear spoiler
Power Door Locks
Power Windows
Original 6-disc CD changer remains installed in the back, but an auxiliary input has been added to play audio from your phone or media player.
Vehicle is mechanically sound, fun to drive/ride, and always popular out on the road. Maintenance and replacements over the past 5 years include:
Battery (2018)
Timing Belt (2018)
Water Pump (2018)
Radiator Fan (2018)
Vacuum Control Valve (2018)
Boost Recirculating Air Valve and Solenoid (2019)
Alternator (2019)
O2 Sensor (2019)
Brakes (2020)
Air Injection Pump (2021)
Turbo Boost Control (2021)
AC Compressor (2022)
Fan Relay (2022)
A few defects:
Minor fracture at bottom of front bumper on driver’s side
Missing center console latch (closes fine and unnoticeable but doesn’t lock closed)
Can’t seem to track down backseat headrests, but will update when they are found
Three generations of the same family have put less than 100K miles on this very rare 2003 VW “ChromaFlair” New Beetle. Never smoked in. No accidents. Clean/Clear Title.
VIN: 3VWDD21C63M424971
Maintenance records available for review.
Comes with a complete original owner’s manual and 2 VW switchblade keys. Note: Remote lock does not work on one and the key ring loop on the other has broken off, but these can be replaced by the dealership.
Selling at $10,000 OBO. Car is located in Northern Virginia.

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