The Volkswagen Beetle, built from 1938 to 2003, is the best-known Volkswagen, the best-known German car, and in general one of the best-known cars ever. Until 1967, it was called Typ 1, 1200, 1300 (after the engine capacity in cc), but popularly, because of its shape, it was called Beetle, after which the manufacturer started using that name itself. More than 20 million cars of the Volkswagen Beetle were produced from 1937 to 2003. This makes it the longest and most produced car on the same platform.
The biggest change was made in the 1970s. Between August 1970 and January 1980, in addition to the "regular" Beetle, the 1302 and 1303 models were built, which Volkswagen itself (especially in America) called "Super Beetle". The 1302 was built for only two years (from August 1970 to July 1972).
A few notable changes made by Volkswagen in these models were the front suspension with MacPherson struts, a shorter turning circle (although the wheelbase was 2 cm longer) and a nearly doubled usable luggage space (260 litres instead of 140 litres) under the front hatch. The latter was due to the better positioning of the spare wheel, which is laid flat in a "Super Beetle".
The car on offer is equipped with numerous options (both factory and "after market").
Nice to know is that the current owner can attest that the car was once supposedly owned by Michael Schumacher"!