SOLD — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 BeetleJust a reminder. This gem is still on the market!
Just listed here at 1967beetle.com. If you appreciate period correct details and a solid history, this L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle is the one for you. It’s got brand new (correct) whitewall tires, and is ready for you to turn the key and cruise into the sunset. I think I need a cold shower.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 4,791 (Odometer turned to 0 miles in 1989)
Location: Las Vegas
Price: $10,500 obo
Contact: Jeff Kondra  |  702-917-0134

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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.

15 Comments

timm

about 3 years ago

nice!

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Eric Shoemaker

about 3 years ago

*Wipes up drool spot.

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Ryan

about 3 years ago

Very nice!

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Sam Glenn

about 3 years ago

What a beauty. Love the history on the car. Thanks! The hot oil sensor is interesting !

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Gary Beck

about 3 years ago

I'll see if I can buy this one. Looks clean.

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Bill

about 3 years ago

Are there any interior pictures or did I miss them? It's a VERY original 67 bug and is priced very fair. The only glaring things wrong to my anal 67 eyes are the bumper brackets should be painted silver not black. The dash knobs are also not correct (those look 69 or later) though originals are easy to locate. It also has modern fuel lines in the engine compartment. Again, it's a very straight, original 67 bug with it's correct fuel pump, generator, carb, oil bath bracket, etc.. I bet it sells quickly.

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Eric Shoemaker

about 3 years ago

Bill, What I posted was what the seller (Jeff) provided. It's a nice car.

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Anne Fullam Goeke

about 3 years ago

Very nice! Great story, too!

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Mike Buettell

about 3 years ago

Comes with a full tank of gas...always a good sign.

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Eric Shoemaker

about 3 years ago

Mike, I knew you were going to say that... :)

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Robert Mowry

about 3 years ago

This one will sell quick

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Luiz Antonio Paiga

about 3 years ago

Halo, Please i need more photos. Thank you !

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Katy Wallace

about 3 years ago

If this car were Savannah Beige I would buy it in a minute. The price tag is very, very fair.

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John M. Poirier

about 3 years ago

A sweet ride made sweeter with the accompanying history! I'm not sure why they turned the speedo back to 0, but am guessing that it had stopped working and was reset when they may have repaired it. Amazing that the car has averaged about 175 miles/yr since 1989, even if it wasn't driven for a year or two in Arkansas! That's a lot of time on the sidelines, but it reportedly runs well. It's certainly priced to sell. BTW, I wasn't aware that the bumper brackets were supposed to be painted silver. I've seen Chris Vallone's series on the '67 and the example he uses has black brackets, which seem to show off the bumpers better. I'm pretty much a novice regarding correctness on the '67s.

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jay salser

about 3 years ago

LOLWROTG! Hey, Chris--are you listening? Yes both the brackets and the tube supports should be silver. Thanks for chiming in, John! jay

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