With a reported $140,000 spent on this exquisite concours quality restoration, it was a labor of love and not an exercise in economics. The 1968 Beetle carried many upgrades from the predecessor, including 1,493cc engine with a massive 53hp, dual circuit brakes, locking door buttons, back up lights, and the new 12-volt electrical system. This original Arizona example was the subject of a no-expenses-spared restoration commissioned by the car’s original owner for a rebirth of nostalgic history. Mechanically and cosmetically restored and rebuilt to perfection with no lack of attention to the smallest detail. A spectacular restoration, undercarriage, floor pan, and suspension detailed to the absolute same quality and character as the body and interior of this very special vehicle. ($21,000 spent on floor pan labor alone). Properly stored with only test miles driven since completion, it is a true testimonial to furnish your collection with cars that have been completed, and not ones that need completion. A bargain basement price for a truly concours quality restored collectable. Seeing this one is believing!