This Bug convertible is quite original, which is what I like most about it. It’s a rust-free example, with new floor pans and original running boards. The paint is mostly original Yukon Yellow, with some paint work on the fenders and touch-up on the front hood. The interior is in excellent original condition. The soft top is older, but is in very good condition. The glass is in very good condition. The tires and the great looking Empi wheels are new. It drives and performs very well, with no weird noises or smoke. The car has its original tools, jack, boot and owners manuals.
For 1967, the Volkswagen Beetle received a slight boost in power. The horizontally opposed, overhead-cylinder engine displaced 91.1 cubic-inches and offered 53 horsepower. It had a four-speed manual transmission and hydraulic drum brakes in both the front and rear. Other changes for 1967 included backup lights, the parking lamps became part of the turn signals, and the glass headlamp covers were no longer installed. The doors were lockable, two-speed windshield wipers were added, and a 12-volt electrical system was installed.
The Beetle convertible is the perfect way to enjoy a trip for that cup of coffee and good weather fun driving.