How much is a 1979 VW convertible worth?

How much is a 1979 VW convertible worth?

A second 1979 Beetle Convertible will be crossing the stage at Gooding & Company’s 2016 Amelia Island sale, and the pre-auction estimate for this 14,000 mile example is $40,000 to $60,000.

How much did a VW Beetle cost in 1979?

VW built 1,156,455 vehicles in 1979 but only 10,681 were Super Beetle cabriolets sold in the U.S. Production actually totaled 15,253 Cabriolets but the remaining 4572 cars were sold in 1980. The price had risen to $6800 and the final “Epilog Models” were triple black and cost an extra $200.

How much is a Super Beetle worth?

Q: What is the average sale price of a Volkswagen Super Beetle? A: The average price of a Volkswagen Super Beetle is $15,396.

What makes a Super Beetle Super?

To determine whether a Beetle is the standard version or a Super Beetle, check how the spare tire fits in the front trunk. A Beetle with a spare tire that fits in the trunk and leaves space for groceries and luggage is a Super Beetle. A Beetle with a tire that takes up all the trunk space will be a standard Beetle.

How much does a 1979 Volkswagen Beetle weigh?


Engine Location : Rear
Drive Type : Rear Wheel
Production Years for Series : 1938 – 1980
Price : $5,700
Weight : 2100 lbs | 952.544 kg

What year is the most valuable VW Beetle?

1 1963 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE – HERBIE On the 14th of April – after three years after its initial sale – at the same Barrett-Jackson auction, the Herbie was sold for $128,700 to become the most valuable Volkswagen in the world.

What engine was in the Super Beetle?

1600 cc engine
In North America, the 1302 was marketed as the Super Beetle and came only with the L Package and 1600 cc engine.

How many Super Beetles were made?

331,847 Karmann Beetle & Super Beetle Convertibles were built from 1949-1980, 160,826 were on the 1302 and 1303 Super Beetle chassis.

Is VW Beetle a chick car?

Bulbous and cutesy with a flower vase built into its dash, the New Beetle – introduced in 1998 after the bug’s first redesign since its 1938 launch – wasn’t long hatched before the North American market deemed it a “chick car.”