SOLD – L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle

New to the market, we have a L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle for sale that’s been well cared for. I appreciate the period correct details in the engine compartment as well as personal touches that make the car unique. This gem is also numbers matching.

Here’s the info we have from our seller who can be reached below. Who’s going to make an offer?

The time has come to sell my ’67 Beetle and move on to the next project. It has been garaged and only out for local drives on the weekends.  I have many pictures and videos available, upon request. This original L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle has undergone the following:
 
Complete Stock Engine
New 1500 Single Port “H0” engine with less than 1K miles since rebuilt
Complete original powder coated engine tin.
New rebuilt Solex 30 Pict 1, VW 105-1 carburetor
New German Pierburg fuel pump
Upgraded rebuilt Bosch cast Iron 019 distributor
New rebuilt 12volt generator with push on terminals
New Vintage Speed abarth exhaust
Original oil bath air cleaner
Original stove-pipe preheat tubes and tin (Rare)
New tar board.
 
Interior
New Interior Seats
New rebuilt Speedometer
New Vintage Speed 14” shifter
Original Saphire V radio
Original headliner (No rips or tears)
Black carpet
Glove Box JVC Radio with Bluetooth and Hands-free Phone Microphone
Speakers: (2) 6.5 Rockford Fosgate Speakers, (2) 6X9 Rockford Fosgate Speakers, 8” Rockville SS8P Active Subwoofer
Connected and working heater channels
Original lobster claws (will be included, but requires hardware)
Venetian blinds
(1) Key for Ignition, Doors, and decklid

Exterior
New fog lights
Original bumpers (Rear recently tripled chromed)
Working 1967 horn
(5) Original wheels, powder coated with new hubcaps
(5) New BF Goodrich Silvertown ¾” whitewalls
Original pop-out windows
Luggage rack
Upgraded front disc brakes
New front shocks

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 4111. Engine rebuilt at 3,000
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Price: $21,000, OBO
Owner Contact: SOLD

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Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started 1967beetle.com. I also own Lane Russell, a leading supplier of VW parts for your classic Volkswagen restoration. I drive a '67 Beetle daily and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

  1. That is certainly a beautiful example of the iconic 67 Bug. And a rolling display of all the period accessories at the same time! Sure wish she could be in my car shed but I’ve brought my allotment of 67 beetles back east from L.A. already. This will sell fast.

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  2. Nice 67, are there any pictures of the inside?

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    1. Richard,
      Only what I was provided. Let’s see what else the seller has.

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  3. The listing says 3/4” white walls. Those stripes look like they are wider than 3/4”.

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    1. Did a 1967 Beetle come with white wall tires? I have a 1972 Super and though wide whites may look great on the car I cannot justify the cost when it is likely the tires will go bad long before they wear out. I also prefer the original size tires rather than larger tires. Larger tires will not fit in the spare tire location.

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      1. From the factory, no. I’ve seen the .5 whitewalls as a dealership option, add on.

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  4. Does anyone still make a 0.5-inch white wall tire in the 165/80R15 size any more?

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    1. Coker tire, yes.

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      1. I saw 3/4” white walls on Coker’s site in 165/80R15.

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  5. Yes it is a beautiful car. The only thing i am wondering is the seats look much like the seats I had in my 65 911 porsche. ???.

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    1. I thought this, as well. They don’t look like stock seats, but I could be wrong.

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  6. I would love to own a “67”, but some of the asking prices, in my opinion only, are outrageous.

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  7. Oh gosh, so tempting!!!! One small thing we noticed. Rear bumper , right side. Incorrect over rider? Maybe it’s the picture? I hope that’s the case. Red is my favorite color!!!

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    1. It’s a nice car! No, I think it’s correct.

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    2. James Mitchell May 3, 2021 at 6:41 pm

      Agree Rachel, the right towel bar definitely does not have the correct curve/slope to it.

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