FOR SALE — L282 Lotus White ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L282 Lotus White ’67 BeetleFresh on the market here at 1967beetle.com, this L282 Lotus White ’67 Beetle is a nicely done car. Quality restorations are getting harder and harder to find. Who’s going to take this one home?

Status: For Sale
Mileage: 59,600
Location: Texas
Price: $15,900 OBO
Contact: (214) 727-9557

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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. Beautiful…

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  2. How have the seller and I not connected before this? I live near this car. One never can tell what is “behind closed doors”! LOL jay

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  3. My favourite colour and favourite year.

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    1. We aim to please here at 1967 Beetle.

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  4. Rachel Salisbury February 12, 2015 at 3:32 pm

    Wow! What a beauty. Whoever buys this is going to be one happy person.

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  5. Love fog lights … especially on a nice looking Lotus White car.

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  6. Nicely done! I too like the fog lights!

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  7. Colorful tail light lens and engine appointments. Advanced engine design, nice intake manifold, appears to be AE series engine. One could for enhanced pollution control install a hose from the fitting on air cleaner housing to oil filler fitting.

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  8. Dorothy Mantooth February 13, 2015 at 9:51 am

    What a beauty. I noticed the hose from the oil filler goes straight down through the engine tin and not up to the air filter on the carburetor. Does anyone know if there’s an advantage to this? Less oil in the air filter perhaps…

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    1. Hello, Dorothy…Strictly speaking from the correct perspective–this car is missing its stock air breather. The tube from the oil filler should go into the air breather to recycle crank case “fumes”–oily air. These “fumes” pass through the air breather filter and through the carburetor and into the engine where they are burned. This is an early form of “emissions control” to eliminate that oily air from going directly into the atmosphere. The venting of the crank case fumes beneath the engine will result in an oily underside to the engine compartment. So, by either standard a person chooses–it is not a good practice. I think that a lot of people like that shiny air filter. And…it is “more practical” in terms of cleaning out the dirty oil in the stock air breather–less time spent, in other words. In the end, one alteration begets another. I call it “thwarting nature”. jay

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      1. Thanks, Jay. That whole ‘fume filtering’ thing has always perplexed me. Thanks for the insight!

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