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New Beetle goes on sale for 1 million dollars

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This new beetle looks like it came out of a time capsule. In 1964, Rudy Zvarich bought a new Volkswagen Beetle from the Gilbert and Seibel dealership in Vancouver, Washington.

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So Zvarich put the car away until it was time to use it. That never happened, and now 57 years later, the factory new Beetle is for sale at Hemmings. The advertised price? A million dollars.

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When it was removed from where it was stored, the odometer read 22 miles (35km) and is currently at 23 miles (37km).

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According to Spicer Collector Cars, Rudy bought the 64 and immediately stored it in a friend's warehouse. It was never registered and never insured. The fluids were drained and a sheet was placed over the car.

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The paint is as it was the day it came off the assembly line. It's a little dusty because the car has never been washed – not once! Even the original battery is there.

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And the engine is basically brand new. You will never find a VW Beetle as original and clean as this one.

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About $ 43,000. Rudy Zvarich's VW Beetle is older and even more impressive, but there's no way you can see someone spending $$ 1 million to take it home.

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