The Volkswagen Beetle, also affectionately known as the “Bug”, was conceived to be a mass produced, cheap and economical “people’s car” to take advantage of Germany’s new road network in the 1930s. Over its 65 year production run, the Beetle has seen several improvements in performance, safety and comfort.
What you see here is a very rare black plated, concourse worthy Beetle Cabriolet and is one of only a handful in town. This example is one of the last Beetle Cabriolets to be produced in Germany and has been beautifully restored to its former glory. It features the same original 1600 cc engine and gearbox from the day it left the factory, and is in superb mechanical condition.