Martha discovered this beetle for sale after our trip to Assateague, but before leaving for North Carolina. I did not get a chance to visit until today; luckily for me no one bought it while we were away. The owner was not around so I could not investigate all the details for the bug. Overall it looks like a great beetle, most likely repainted at some point, but the roof has some worn paint that does not conform to the condition of the paint on the rest of the car. It could be an older paint job or perhaps they only painted portions of the bug and matched the color really well. The interior appears to be solid, but the car was locked so I could not verify any reupholstering. No major rust, at least on the body – unknown pan condition, but I would think they are in good shape or replaced based on the overall condition. ~160,000 original miles (according to the sign). Engine looks pretty original with a replacement carburetor. All the work done to this bug is original fashion that makes it a good, solid original base for the new owner. The only immediate work to be done looks to be the window seals, many of which are heavily cracked. Right now, I fight the urge to call the owner and investigate more. If I do, I fear I might end up a beetle owner. Do I need a beetle? Would it require another blog? Bank account says no, but the heart…..