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SOLD – L518 Java Green ’67 Beetle

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Hello, ’67 Beetle community.
As we mentioned in an earlier thread, our good friend Chris Vallone over at Classic VW Bugs in NY has just finished restoring a ’67 Beetle. (Over 80 photos!) This car is a gem and we wanted to give it another showcase.  It’s even got an NOS correct rear bumper. Amazing! Also… It’s now for sale!

This car was found in North NJ in mid 2012. It’s rock solid, and needed very little body work.  This is a numbers matching Body, Chassis, Motor, ’67 Beetle.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 1,056
Location: Congers, NY
Price: Bidding on eBay
Contact: Chris Vallone – 845-290-9900


NO Longer FOR SALE — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

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Fresh to the market here at 1967beetle.com; we have an amazing L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle for sale. The seller has included a lot of great information. I love seeing ’67 Beetles that are mostly correct and untouched. As you know, many of the one year only parts are very hard to find. I know from my own restoration that it took well over 10 years to find them all. What do you guys think? Who’s going to make an offer on this gem?

72,362 actual original miles!
2 owner Beetle (1st owner 67-2000, 2nd owner 2000-present)
Multiple show winner
1967 voted by VW collectors as the best year for Beetles
Original purchase order new from VW Southeast Distributors, Inc. Jacksonville FL
Resided with the same original owners for 33 years
Extensive collection of documents, articles and photographs
4-speed manual transmission

Status: N/A
Mileage: 72,362
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri
Price: Bidding on eBay
Contact: 636-600-4600

SOLD – L41 Black ’67 Beetle

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Just listed for sale here at 1967beetle.com. We have a nice L41 Black ’67 Beetle in the correct color combination. There’s not much more I can say about this VW, other than the fact that I’d love to park it in Lane Russell garage. Here’s the info we have from the seller.

“I have a really nice original black paint 1967 bug with factory red interior. It has both original black California plates which only stay with the car if you live in California, new German axle boots, new transmission mounts, new Bosch voltage regulator, new reverse light switch, all new German fuel line, restored 66-67 only distributor, new factory style German battery cables, new Wolfsburg West factory cardboard glove box, new engine compartment seals, and new German engine firewall insulation. The car is all numbers matching, including the engine. The engine was just completely gone through with all new bearings, gaskets, and seals, new heater hoses, new preheat hoses, new fan belt, German muffler, and it only has about 5 miles on it since being rebuilt. The original radio works, it’s currently registered, and has absolutely NO rust. This car is super solid and has an awesome patina to it. It needs carpet in the front, but the original carpet in the rear is still in pretty good shape. The original headliner is in great shape as well with one very small tear. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. I can provide my phone number as well if you would like to find out specifics on the car.”

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 122,308
Location: Orangevale, CA
Price: Bidding on eBay
Contact: Bidding on eBay

SOLD – L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle

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The 1967beetle.com inbox has exploded this morning! So many people have sent over this L620 Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle that we wanted to share. It’s actually a customers car which is now available for sale. Our friends at BAT have the bids going strong. Who’s going to make an offer?

This 1967 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan recently underwent a thoughtful restoration by the current owners, which included a refreshed 1500cc engine, new paint, and new interior. The car was purchased from the original owner’s son nine months ago, where it had been sitting in the Borrego Springs desert for over 20 years. Mechanical systems were gone through and refreshed, with NOS replacement parts used whenever possible. No records from prior ownership exist, however the owners have included over $13k in receipts from the project. Detailed photos of the restoration process have been provided, and the car carries a clean California title.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: Unknown
Location: San Diego, CA
Price: Bidding at BAT
Contact: Private seller

SOLD — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle Sunroof

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Fresh to the market here at 1967beetle.com; we have a very nice L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle Sunroof for sale. The seller has included a lot of good information. I love seeing ’67 Beetles that are mostly correct. As you know, many of the one year only parts are very hard to find. I know from my own restoration that it took well over 10 years to find them all. Did I mention that this ’67 Beetle is a sunroof?!

Status: SOLD
Mileage: Unknown
Location: Breinigsville, PA
Price: $15,500
Contact: 610.398.9700

The ubiquitous Volkswagen Beetle hardly needs an introduction. With over twenty-one million built over a span of 65 years, the Beetle has charmed its way into cultures the world over. From its beginnings as a German peoples car in the late 1930s to the Brazilian and Mexican built taxicabs of the 2000s, VWs most iconic car went through a myriad of changes though the shape remained as familiar as ever. In the 1960s, a series of refinements were made to improve performance, handling, and safety. Most notably perhaps was the increase in size of the windows all around. Engines grew from 1200 to 1500 cc and now put out 54 horsepower, which is plenty to get this little bug up to 60mph with ease. Another big change came in the form of a 12V electrical system which was more reliable and powerful, much better suited to every day driving. The 1967 Beetle is an interesting car, in that considering all of the years the Beetle was in production, many parts on the 67 are one-year-only, making them an interesting novelty among VW enthusiasts.

RB Collection is very pleased to offer this charming and delightful 1967 VW Beetle Sunroof coupe. This is a very well-kept car that does not appear to have been fully restored, rather it has been well maintained, with some light restoration work done as-necessary. The body is very solid, with excellent floors, fenders and running boards. The paint, Zenith Blue, is in good condition, showing a few flaws and imperfections that are consistent with a well-loved original car. The exterior trim is similarly good with a couple of minor flaws in the alloy trim and the bumpers, while straight and complete show a bit of peeling at the joints of the overrider bars. Again, these flaws are nothing alarming and do nothing to detract from the charm of this wonderful car. The interior is excellent with what appear to be original seats and door panels. Receipts show the headliner was replaced some time ago, and oatmeal carpets line the footwells along with rubber mats. The sunroof works nicely and the doors shut beautifully with a solid feel.