Hearing about the news of Volkswagen to discontinue the Beetle, a search for the legend Bug has never been so hot at the moment. Lately, news of an antique Volkswagen Beetle with its odometer reading only 22 miles being on sale has rekindled the interest of many car enthusiasts, especially, fans of the German iconic model.
The mentioned-above Volkswagen Beetle is being showcased in Portland, Oregon with a price tag of $1 million (~N390m). Its owner bought it as a backup for another Beetle, the 1957 version and was never registered.
It was being well-stored from 1966 to 2016
The 1964 bug's odometer reads only 22 miles
The paper of the Bug
This owner deceased in 2014, so his will read this and all others of his vehicles will come into his nephew’s possession.
The $1,756.90 dealer sticker still remains untouched while the hubcaps and windscreen wipers have never been taken out of their boxes.
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This second-best seller in the auto industry (after the Toyota Corolla), though, can be seen as an immaculate gem to have such an iconic car at low mileage but we can say the price tag is the biggest obstacle that halts the interested from emptying their pocket.
With that steep price, you can afford a Ronaldo’s Lamborghini Aventador and the remaining money to host a lavish party to welcome your new car.
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The antique Volkswagen Beetle is being showcased in Portland, Oregon with a price tag of $1 million
The price tag is the biggest obstacle that halts the interested from emptying their pocket
Even the smallest details are well polished
The spare tire has never been used
Everything is just like-new
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