This one has been out in the lot for some time, now- a 1967 model, although is often mistaken for a 1975-1977 model. The previous person who had him used him heavily as a utility vehicle, but got bored with him after a short time and went with a different model, making a mess out of the environment around her- not to mention leaving a few dents in some quarter panels.
This model has some great features- his radio plays most kinds of music, although the rap stations don't come in all that well. He gets good mileage on a variety of fuels: diverse humor, contributions to mankind, contributions to the world around us, various sounds during operation that sound like instrumental guitar music, a predisposition toward parking in the lots of various ethnic restaurants, and even has a video screen that captures a lot of different kinds of movies, especially comedies and the occasional romance flick. This model is a romantic at heart, and leaves the lot from time to time in his quest for self improvement in California with people like Dan Inosanto and Paul Vunak. This model parks outside of yoga studios from time to time.
This model has also seen some use in academia. While seen frequently at Columbia Basin College over the past 2 1/2 years, this model has changed locations and can be seen at the Richland Campus of WSU, usually parked near the Psychology Department. Rumor has it that this model will be parked outside the Sociology Department in about 18 months, spending a like amount of time being parked there before parking outside of the Psychology and Sociology Grad school departments of WSU. From time to time, pages from his owner's manual have already found their way into Psychology Departments at other Universities, often mistaken for the retooling of older ideas into fresh, contemporary approaches that are changing the world of Psychology, especially in Childhood Development, Personal Development, and repairing fractured personalities.
One of the passenger seats in this model has a Cavalier Prince Charles Spaniel on it, leaving an extra seat available.
So, ladies, if you're interested in a model whose radio may play things that will make you laugh, who will respect your passenger habits (this model is a lot like Herbie the Love Bug, truth be known), and who will travel to many interesting places in space and time, send a letter of intent describing yourself. The ideal composer is fit, articulate, has ambition, possesses a desire to make the world a better place, is educated to a degree (pun intended), and is averse to second and third wave feminism. Animal lover a must.