This 1972 Volkswagen Beetle has an attraction that's as clear as black & white, literally. And its appeal is more than just the paint. You'll see good investments in the powerhouse and nice additions for a proper cruiser from one of the Beetle's most unique years.
The tuxedo-like two-tone of this car gives it an instant distinction. It not only makes the front end look like it's smiling, but the high contrast look of the fenders and the body also seems to help highlight the good panel .....
fit of this German-built classic. The overall idea is to have a driver-quality and driver-ready car. And part of being a fun classic meant to be out in the world is that you want to get noticed. Besides just the two-tone, this has custom details, like the trim done in black and shiny Wolfsburg crest wheel covers. It's a nice way to add distinction without being too boisterous.
The black and white color theme continues inside. Comfy front bucket seats, a grippy steering wheel, and a very airy atmosphere are the Beetle's calling cards, and it still feels correct inside. A fun detail about the 1972 Super Beetle is that it was one of the few years you could get the classic interior. And some of us really like the original-style dash and flatter windshield. As a true driver, it's not meant to be fancy. Still, you'll find a few well-paced upgrades, including an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input to plug your modern smartphone into this classic VW.
The familiar rear-mounted 1500 cc air-cooled flat-four engine is a big part of the Beetle's appeal. They are easy to maintain and upgrade, and as you can see on this one, it has the tidy look of a properly-kept car. That's why it fires up readily with that iconic air-cooled hum. Thanks to the four-speed manual transmission, you get to take full control of the motor and its hypnotic soundtrack. It's a great driving classic, and that's also because the Super Beetle package includes the upgraded front suspension and larger brake package.
This is the right mix of a later Beetle body with plenty of the early Beetle flair. It's a distinct two-tone Bug that you need in your life.