This 1977 Volkswagen Beetle has a cool color combo and some even cool subtle upgrades. It makes for an affordable drop-top that's perfect for hitting the road. The white on this car is quite bright. You can tell there was an investment here later in life to make sure this sunshine-friendly VW looks radiant in the sunlight. And that shine amplified further on pieces like the chrome bumpers and complete trim. And while you want to always be open to the world, the nice black top also looks well-coordinated thanks to the classic black running boards and good black rubber trim. So while you'll like that this one has the fundamentals right, also take some time to spot a few cool upgrades. The tail lights are mounted more flush to the car for a sporty look. And speaking of sporty, the polished Porsche wheel covers are a great reminder of who designed the Beetle. The interior is quite inviting thanks to the right car and investments. The creamy white shows a good condition on the seats and door panels. Plus, the tan carpeting has a newer feel, and it even extends into the trunk up front. You get all the right iconic elements in the Beetle, including the Wolfsburg crest on the steering wheel and the single pod for the stylish VDO gauge. Everything from the smooth dash to the support of the high-back bucket seat give you the feeling of a quality classic. This 1600 motor was the largest of the series, and so you get the best original style-power to pair with the sturdy and versatile four-speed manual transmission. It has been cared for correctly so that this VW starts, idles, and shifts with confidence. Plus, as a Super Beetle, you know you get the best of the breed. The MacPherson strut independent front suspension with sway bar is a welcomed addition to those who enjoy cruising their classics. Complete with the owner's manual, this is a sunny-day classic Volkswagen done to be brighter than the sunshine. This is vintage motoring you'll truly enjoy, but only if you're quick enough to catch this Bug. Call today!!!