This beautiful and fully restored VW Beetle 1303LS Cabriolet has a special history. The car was built in Wolfsburg in June 1975, but was first approved in Italy in September 1980. The little beetle spent his life in sunny Italy. This late approval and the fact that the car was driven in Italy certainly contributed to the excellent substance of the beetle.
In 2016, the vehicle was then subjected to an extensive restoration and is now in a very good condition. In addition to smaller bodywork work and a new paint finish, all rubber coatings as well as various chrome parts were renewed. Also, a new interior trim in leather beige as well as a new convertible top was mounted. All wear parts, the axles were overhauled and also new rims were mounted on the technology and chassis. In addition, a hi-fi system with amplifier and great sound was installed (this can of course be reset without trace).
The car has very good clearance and the overall condition is also very good. There is a value report from 2017, which estimates the vehicle value to 25,000 euros.
Of course, the vehicle will be handed over when purchased with new TÜV and H approval.