SOLD — ’67 Beetle Engine

Hello, ’67 Beetle community. Up for sale is a later year engine built to correct specs for the ’67. (As close as possible) Feel free to comment to Steve with questions.

I have a “period correct” style 1967 beetle engine. The long block was assembled by a vw enthusiast. It is an German H case dated for ’69 the stamp; H5773312 (the next best thing) I personally sourced all the era correct parts and all engine tin. It has correct carb and distributor. Had the heater boxes blasted and powder coated they function well. The thermostat is present and works.  As you ’67 guys know lots of time and money went into this build however it was a blast putting it together! It’s ready to built up to your 1967 beetle!

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 0
Price: $3,000.00, OBO
Contact: Steve Predmore  |  209-204-4077

 Very nice!

The Finishing Touches for Your Vintage Volkswagen™
The Finishing Touches for Your Vintage Volkswagen™

Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I’m Eric. I founded and curate 1967beetle.com. I also co-founded Lane Russell with my wife Amanda. I drive a ’67 Beetle daily, and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

6 Comments

Eric Shoemaker

about 11 months ago

Nice build. To be fair, I did comment about the fuel pump being wrong, along with plug wires. :)

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Glen Bamforth

about 11 months ago

I was under the impression that the 67 rear bumper over ride bars tapered down some toward the center. Am I wrong? I've been thinking that the bumper on mine was off a 66. It's still a very impressive bug. I had a 63 in this color combo. Love it.

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Mark Massey

about 11 months ago

Glen, Early 67s still used the old style overrides. What is the vin number of your car?

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jay salser

about 11 months ago

Glen, read this definitive article: http://1967beetle.com/67-beetle-rear-bumpers/

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Eric Shoemaker

about 10 months ago

Correct. What Jay said.

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Glen Bamforth

about 10 months ago

Thanks for the link. I think mine must be correct after all. Good news.

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