If you know the ’67 Beetle, you know that the window winders are a one year only item. These units are genuine German NOS, w/ the VW logo and correct part number stamped on the back of the winder. Quantities are very limited. Sold individually or as a set.
Just listed for sale here at 1967beetle.com. This is a really well done L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle; full pan off restoration. Info from the seller.
The owner in Oregon bought this ’67 from a retired teacher in Vancouver, and was originally Lotus White with 45,000 miles. The restoration started in 02′ and was finished in 08′. All undercarriage and motor compartment sheet metal is powder coated. The engine is stock and 100% overhauled. It has an adjustable front torsion bar beam-narrowed and rear sway bars, adjustable.
The odometer just turned over 901 miles, and is ready for someone else to enjoy.
Status: No Longer For Sale Mileage: 901 miles Location: Western, PA Price: $19,500 OBO Contact:Bill | 724-987-2390
Robin Snook, of England, contacted 1967Beetle.com, inquiring about parts for his ’67 Beetle. Eric copied me and thus began a running e-conversation between Robin and me. I was able to help with some parts. When Robin mentioned something about how he acquired his car, I thought that his story should be told.
My involvement with Beetles began when I was 15 years old.
My dad died when my sister and I were quite young. As a result, we struggled financially growing up, and didn’t have a car. My mum took driving lessons in the early 1970s and after several attempts passed her test and acquired a license to drive…….she wanted us to enjoy some travel around the UK before we flew the nest!
My uncle had completed Conscripted National Service in Germany after the Second World War and learnt about the Peoples’ Car whilst he was there. He suggested that it would be a good car for my mum due to its reliability and high build quality……so the search was on!
We hunted high and low for a decent example to buy, but they were either too expensive or trashed! Eventually, we found a beautiful Pearl White 1200 model that had been registered in August, 1967. Mum bought it for £550 (around $880) in 1972.
When Gary and Donna Fischer purchased Wally2, their 1967 Beetle Convertible, they began to put “him” into stock condition. Wally2 had undergone many handlings since he had been pulled from a barn—literally.
One of the things which they found was two threaded holes in the driver’s side defrost defector in the corner of the dash at the windshield. (photo of the holes)
Questions came to 1967beetle.com where Eric copied the message over to Jay. (We are a quite the team!) Heads together over the Internet, we could not come to any good conclusion. We did agree that some previous owner had a reason for those two holes so carefully drilled and taped.
“Crevier Classic Cars is pleased to offer our 1967 Volkswagen Beetle. This beautiful example has been restored with attention to detail and freshly completed. Finished in its original color of Zenith Blue, with lovely and correct Black Interior. Color coded running boards as well as fender welt trim add to the charm of this VW.”
Status: For Sale Mileage: 69,488 miles Location: Costa Mesa, CA Price: $29,900 Contact: Mark | 714-426-0238