LIKE NO OTHER! With a reported $140,000 spent on this exquisite concourse-quality restoration, it was a labor of love and not an exercise in economics. The 1968 Beetle carried many upgrades from the predecessor, 1,493-cc engine with massive 53 hp, dual circuit brakes, locking door buttons, back-up lights and 12-volt electrical system. Original Arizona example, it was the subject of a no-expenses-spared restoration commissioned by the car’s original owner. Mechanically and cosmetically restored and rebuilt to perfection with attention to detail. A spectacular restoration with undercarriage, floor pan and suspension detailed to the absolute same character as the body and interior ($21,000 spent on floor pan labor alone). Stored with only test miles driven since completion, a true testimonial of restoration perfection. A bargain basement price for a truly concours-quality restored collectable.