SOLD – L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle

Hello, 1967beetle.com community.
I receive a lot of emails as it relates to classifieds, people considering investing in a ’67 Beetle. Often times, the desire is is finding one that’s restored properly. Attention to detail is critical w/ these gems as it relates to all of the many and very special one year only parts.

Richard’s car has been cared for and it shows. L456 Ruby Red paint, and period correct details in the engine compartment. German 1300-1500 Pierburg Fuel pump? Sure. 30 PICT 1 carb, of course. Sorry, no chopped up, modified here; just a respectable example of how a ‘67 Beetle should be. Also, Richard is including a bunch of extra parts. (See below) It’s also offered at a very fair, OBO asking price.

Who’s going to make an offer and take this home?

I’m selling my 1967 ruby red VW Beetle. 1967 is considered one of the best VWs made, as most of you know. This VW never left the the state of Georgia, as per tag and dealer plate. The last owner went though it front to rear. New ball joints, and I put a new steering box on; proper gas tank, new shifting bushing, all new cables. All brakes, the engine overhauled about 400 miles ago. New pans, chrome moldings, new cables, and new spares up back seat. Too much to tell. This is a turn key go-anywhere car. 

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 400
Location: Blairsville, Georgia
Price: $15,500, OBO
Owner Contact: Richard Cromwell
Phone: 561-622-9244
General Questions: Eric Shoemaker

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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. What a beautiful car. It’s a steal at that price!

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    1. It’s priced well, and fair to the market. This ‘67 will make someone very happy.

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      1. UPDATE. New photos posted.

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  2. Frank Connolly, Jr. April 27, 2020 at 11:54 pm

    Beautiful car! Any pictures of the inside? I think it appears to be reasonably priced.
    Frank Connolly, Jr.

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    1. It’s a nice, respectable example of what a ‘67 Beetle should be.

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  3. This puppy will sell fast. If only I had money and garage space.

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  4. James Mitchell May 1, 2020 at 9:57 am

    A beautiful example that retains much of its orginal integrity. It is well priced, with much to recommend it. Appears to be at least $1200-1500 there in parts alone, including those hard-to-source factory seat belts!

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  5. Dave Jolliffe May 22, 2020 at 5:51 am

    The ad for this is still active on theSamba. Pity because I was interested in buying it.

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    1. Thx for letting us know. I just removed it.

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