FOR SALE — ’67 Beetle Pierburg Fuel Pumps

FOR SALE — ’67 Beetle German Pierburg Fuel Pumps

We are very happy to now be offering the correct German fuel pumps for your ’67 Beetle.

Each restored German Pierburg Fuel Pump has been disassembled and inspected for viability. Once it passes this test, it is thoroughly cleaned inside and out. During reassembly, each pump is fitted with custom-crafted superior quality diaphragms. All pumps are assembled on a jig to set the pre-load factory spec conditions of the main diaphragm to ensure a longer service life.

Fits 40HP-1600cc Volkswagen engines.
Free shipping in the USA

Note: Before installation, make sure you pack the bottom of the pump with grease.
Contact us with any questions.

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Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I founded and curate 1967beetle.com. I also co-founded Lane Russell with my wife Amanda. I drive a '67 Beetle daily, and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

8 Comments

timm

about 2 years ago

Nice! When I build that stock VW again someday, this will be on it!

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Eric Shoemaker

about 2 years ago

I'd be honored to have fuel flow though my hands every time you start your VW. (In a figurative kind of way)

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Kevin Morrison

about 2 years ago

How mUgh are they, didn't see a price. Kevin

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Eric Shoemaker

about 2 years ago

Kevin, No worries. They are linked in the article.

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Peter Ferguson

about 2 years ago

We have recently moved house and found a legend old school mechanic two minutes from the house. he is an autotest champion and racing legend from the 60's driving beetles and minis. He has been working on my 67 Java green beetle on and off over the last few months refining it mechanically and tuning the carbs etc. Every time I call round he finds another nos vw part to give me from his old stash as he trades mainly in minis. he gave me one of these very nos vw fuel pumps, was having fuel issues so needless to say it is on the car. Also I have been given a genuine vw stamped nos exhaust. He says he has a windscreen he will hunt out sometime too.

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jay salser

about 2 years ago

Hello, Peter! How fortunate you are, first and foremost--to have found such a wonderful VW mechanic! That's on the "WOW" scale! Then to be the recipient of those NOS parts--say no more! Keep driving and enjoying your Irish Java Green '67 Beetle! jay

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Peter

about 2 years ago

Thanks Jay. Yep driving the java green lots out the North West of Ireland. On Wednesday evening past I drove to Rosbeg Co Donegal to meet up with a group from Netherlands doing a tour of Ireland in 30 air cooled vws, from split window beetles, to karmann ghias, splitties, bay windows all the way up. Was a great trip and meet some incredible aircooled guys

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jay salser

about 2 years ago

What a neat and exceptional opportunity, Peter! I know of nothing of the kind here in Texas. There is a scheduled border-to-border event scheduled for lower California to Canada, I hear. That will be a fun happening. Too far from me for my participation, however. jay

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