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SOLD – L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle

Listed for our friends over at BaT, this L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle is an example of period correct along with a few modern upgrades. I can’t tell you how many emails 1967beetle.com has received about this car today. Who’s going to make an offer? Did I also mention that it’s a convertible?!

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 26,665
Location:
Memphis, Tenn
Price: No reserve auction – BAT
Contact: BaT

“This 1967 Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio was restored by a previous owner approximately 20 years ago and has been with its current owner since 2002. Driven over 5,000 miles during his ownership, the car is believed to remain in stock specification apart from an interior color change. The single-port 1500cc flat-four is paired with four-speed manual transaxle. Records detailing maintenance over the past 15 years, including a recent clutch replacement as well as a servicing last week by the seller with the installation of a rebuilt German Solex Pict-1 carburetor, an oil change, and inspection. This Type 1 is now offered by the seller at no reserve on behalf of the current owner with a new uninstalled black interior kit, new black steering wheel, and a clean Tennessee title in the current owner’s name.”

FOR SALE – L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

Fresh to the market here at 1967beetle.com, this L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle is a respectable, unmolested car. As we all know, the ability to purchase a true “one owner” vehicle is getting harder and harder to find these days. Zenith Blue has always been a desirable color.

Here’s the info we have from the seller. Again, folks. This is a one owner car. Original paperwork and license plates are included in the sale. Also, the correct H0 case engine!

I purchased my bug in 1967; the ’68 Beetle just came out. It was on the showroom floor sitting next to a ’67 tan bug and the new ’68s with the high back seats and wrap around bumpers. I liked the ’67 models so much better.

I am original owner and have original paperwork and license plates. My car has original paint and bumpers. The seats were recovered to original look. The engine is original with 148,022 miles. I was driving it to work most days until I retired 4 years ago. I still drive it occasionally but it mostly sits. It has been in the garage most of its life. When not garaged, it was covered. My car has some rear fender dents and some rust under the running board mats. Most likely other wear and tear from 50 years of driving. It is pretty much all original as far as I know. It has new exhaust pipe tips, which are not original, but look and sound better. Muffler is original. Radio is not original.

Status: For Sale
Mileage: 148,022
Location:
 Davis, CA
Price: $10,000, OBO
Contact: Jerri Ernstrom
General questions: Eric Shoemaker

FOR SALE – L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle


After the vast amount of emails I’ve received about Michael’s L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle, we spoke in depth about his interest in listing it with 1967beetle.com. Yes, it is actually for sale! Here’s your chance to own a true museum piece. Period correct, and as original as the day it left the factory in Germany. This is a very special car.

Contact Michael below, if interested to learn more.

Status: For Sale
Mileage: 22,777
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Price: Inquire
Contact: Michael Young

This is a 1967 Volkswagen Deluxe Beetle Sedan VIN 117651175. The Beetle was manufactured April 21st 1967 in Wolfsburg Germany. The Beetle was originally purchased by Helen Eisele of Columbus, Ohio on May 23, 1967. She purchased it from the now closed Davidson-Green Volkswagen dealership located on the east side of Columbus, Ohio. Helen traded in a 1949 Chevy for $125 dollars to allow her to purchase the Beetle. I purchased the Beetle from then 78 year old Helen, on August 29, 1983 with 21,994 miles on the odometer. Helen was forced to sell the car because she could no longer push in the clutch pedal due to hip issues. The current mileage is 22,777. I purchased the Beetle when she was 16 years old and she just turned 50 this past April 21st 2017. I have clocked less than 800 miles on her over the past 34 years. She is very original including the original tires and new unused original spare tire.

The following is a list of parts that have been replaced or rebuilt since the car was manufactured in April of 1967. Some of these parts were replaced before I purchased it and some were replaced by me over the last 34 years.

SOLD – L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle


East Coast pal, Chris Vallone’s L620 savanna beige ’67 has actually been featured here at 1967beetle.com a few times during its restoration process. This car originally came to Chris as a true time capsule. During the restoration, Chris added his own flair and style to the interior with close attention to detail. The car is now for sale again! It’s a very respectable example of what many consider the best year of the VW Beetle; 1967.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: N/A
Location: Congers, NY
Price: $26,750
Contact: Chris Vallone  |  845.290.9900  |  Shop location

FOR SALE – L19K Yukon Yellow ’67 Beetle


Sent over by a reader of 1967beetle.com, this is a respectable L19K Yukon Yellow ’67 Beetle. As we all know, a “correct” car is getting harder and harder to come by these days. It would not take much at all to make this vintage Volkswagen perfect. What do you guys think? Join in the conversation below.

Info from the seller.
This Florida based 1967 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is a neat car, very stock overall. It features quite a bit of originality. It has been very nicely detailed up and shows very well indeed.

Status: FOR SALE
Mileage: N/A
Location: Florida
Price: $25,000, OBO
Contact: Randy  |  951-767-1600