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SOLD — ’67 Beetle German Rims

For Sale — ’67 Beetle German Rims

Here we have a nice full set of German ’66-’67 wide-5, stock 5-lug Beetle Rims, listed for ’67 enthusiast and follower of 1967beetle.com, Phillip Hager. Nothing makes a ’67 Beetle look better (or any vintage VW) than original german parts. More photos below.

Status: SOLD
Location: San Francisco, CA
Price: $250.00 + shipping
Contact: Phillip Hager  |  415 309-8410

SOLD – L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle

For Sale – L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle

Just listed for sale here at 1967beetle.com. This is a really well done L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle, just waiting for someone to take it home. Info from the seller.

You are bidding on an absolutely beautiful 1967 VW Bug. This 1967 bug was restored 3 years ago to its original condition, its been garaged since restoration was competed, only 3,200 miles and it shows. This bug has one of the most impressive paint jobs around, its all in Savanna Beige in color. The paint just grabs you when you see the bug driving down the highway.

The interior is all new, new headliner, door panels, vinyl Seats, carpet, Just stunning Interior. Everything works correctly, Horn, Blinkers, Wipers, Gas Gauge, Lights and so on.

The Engine is a rebuilt 1500cc that is very peppy. The Brakes are all new and the tires were just put on last spring, it stops on a dime.

The undercarriage and floor pans are in excellent condition. If you live in the Dallas Area, you may see the bug anytime during the auction.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 3,200 miles
Location: Dallas, TX
Price: Bidding on eBay
Contact: Bidding on eBay

For Sale — VolksBaggin Wallets

VolksBaggin Wallet

As we slowly grow Lane Russell, we are always searching for unique items. We’re proud to now offer a small batch of VolksBaggin Wallets. These gems are crafted from OEM VW Beetle and Bus seat/door panel upholstery. A must have accessory for any vintage VW owner. Offered in 10 period correct colors, too!  Handmade in the USA.

As always, thank you for supporting 1967beetle.com.

FOR SALE — L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle

Just listed here at 1967beetle.com for Euro Tech, this L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle is a nice car for sure. I don’t see as many Java Green VWs on the market. Also, it’s a sunroof!

We have a GORGEOUS 1967 VW Beetle presented by Euro Tech. This gem is 12 volt and in incredible shape. The paint is in great condition, engine runs fabulous, the tranny shifts smooth, and she drives excellent! The interior is in fantastic condition. Please call Euro Tech for more detailed information about the car.

Status: For Sale
Mileage: 70,023
Location: Wichita, KS
Price: $19,985
Contact: Ron Fortune | (316) 263 – 2247

FOR SALE — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

Tim Mossman is a friend of 1967beetle.com. His ’67 was featured not that long ago and is a very special car and, is now for sale. It has all the special items in place that make a ’67 so unique.

History
• Purchased new from Imported Motors, 725 Wyoming N.E., in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on April 22, 1967, by Mr. Brian A. Young 
• Have personally met original owners; complete documentation since day one (binder full of service records, repairs, insurance, even a note left on the windshield by someone who wanted to buy it back in the 80s) 
• Original bill of sale 
• Owner’s dealer membership card (in plastic pouch on inside of glove box door (next to original tire PSI sticker) 
• Original keys in leather pouch from Imported Motors dealership 
• Original owner’s manual 
• VIN: 117292991 (October/November ’66 build) 

Engine 
• Engine number: HO475668 
• Stock 1500 engine professionally rebuilt (with NOS 1500 cylinders-almost impossible to find) in November 2013 (approx. 2,000 miles on engine) 
• Rebuilt by Darren Krewenchuk and Lanny Hussey. Darren built this engine.
   and Lanny built this ’67.
• All 67 metal engine pieces cadmium plated 
• Engine tin powder-coated and painted satin black
More information on engine rebuild

• New clutch, throw out bearing
• New muffler, front hood seal, muffler (Dansk), heater boxes, tail pipes
• New oil sensor
• New fuel pump (rebuilt 1500 Pierburg fuel pump by Ed Fall of Vintage Werks
• New Front and rear shocks, brake lines, brakes, fuel lines, window seals, sunroof seal, steering damper, transmission mounts, front wheel bearings
• New fuel tank

Electrical 
• 12 volt (first year) 
• New battery 
• New German flasher relay 
• Lights, signals all work 
• New horn 

Body 
• Original Zenith Blue paint; Wolfsburg Crest Logo threshold plates 
• Rust free 
• Factory Sunroof (opens and closes with ease) with wind deflector shield and factory Goldie handle 
• Original dealer-installed wind deflector 
• All body metal original 
• Body colored matching running boards 
• Original glass (except front windshield; replaced March, 2014) 
• Original bumpers 
• New mud flaps 
• Mr. Bubblehead 1967 Volkswagen license plate frame 
• Spare tire (bias ply radial made in Austria) 
• Original trunk liner and wiring cover 
• Original windshield washer bottle 
• Original jack 
• New American Classic radial whitewall tires 

Interior 
• Original carpet, floor mats, door panels, and seat covers, (driver’s seat professionally reupholstered), headliner 
• NOS black matching seat cushions for front seats 
• 4 Piece Custom coco mat set (Black & Blue Dot) from cocomats.com 
• Original owner’s VW membership card in plastic pouch and tire PSI sticker on glove compartment door 
• Original Sapphire V AM radio in excellent working condition 
• Rear factory speaker (sits just below rear window; in good working order) 
• Fader switch between front and rear speakers 
• Shift lock (from Wolfsburg West) 
• Kamei accessory parcel tray 
• Bud vase 

Safety 
• Original ‘lobster claw’ type seat belts in good working condition; driver’s side missing black plastic cover; have a spare set of 67 only seat belts in excellent condition 
• Dealer installed 3-point seat belts that work with lap belt

Status: FOR SALE
Mileage: 2,000 (Rebuilt)
Location: North Vancouver, British Columbia
Price: $29,500
Contact: Tim Mossman