Previously this month Volkswagen announced the end of production for the most iconic car VW Beetle. After the last seven decades from 1938, the Beetle has sold over 33 million units globally.
This month, the most pristine version of the car from 1964 is on sale on the online car auction site, Hemmings. Beetle that originally sold for $1757, is up for auction on for $1 million dollars!
The beetle is surely one of the most iconic cars of all the time. It’s also the second-best-selling car of all time. While the model up for sale is in immaculate condition. No one can tell that this is a 54-year-old car. Furthermore, the car has only 23 miles on it. That’s surprising the car is as new as it was back then.
Bought in Beaverton, Oregon, in 1964 by Rudy Zvarich. But he never used it and was safely put into storage and never licensed, insured, or driven. He kept it in a friend’s storage unit for 2 years. The owner moved it into his own building in, from 1966 to 2016. With only 35km on the odometer.
The paint is in perfect factory condition as the car never saw the sun. Every part is original including windshield wipers, wing mirrors, and hubcaps which never been put on the car and remain in their original boxes.
Powering the vintage classic is a 40-hp 1.2-liter flat-four engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. It gets red and white interiors.
Mr. Zvarich passed away in 2014, his nephew inherited the vehicle. The nephew then put it up for sale. So if you’re a Hardcore Beetle fan and have a million dollar lying around, you won’t find a better deal than this.
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