FOR SALE — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 BeetleJust listed  here at 1967beetle.com for Volo Cars. We have an nice L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle that is priced to sell.

“Purchased in CA from the original owner in 2008. It was restored by highly respected Jewels Restoration. The floor pans, body & running boards are rock solid, and completely repainted with a smooth glossy finish. Every piece of chrome & trim looks new. The glass is crystal clear. The rubber gaskets & seals are new. The interior is in very good original condition. All carpets were replaced. The engine has also been rebuilt.”

Status: FOR SALE
Mileage: Unknown
Location: Volo, IL
Price: $12,998
Contact: 847-385-3644

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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.

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Robert Mowry

about 3 years ago

Someone needs to jump on this one.

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Neo

about 3 years ago

Wow, if I had the extra cash this would be a beauty to own!

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Ward Maxwell

about 3 years ago

Hello, had a 1967 bug as a kid and drove it from So Cal up and down the U.S. 101 back forth to the Pacific Northwest ....Sold the bug and regretted it ever since....just bought a 1967 bug last weekend from a individual that owned it his entire life, original jack, tool kit, seats, seat belts, etc and although it's not what I sold back in the late eighties....I drove it home and it has great bones.....I am excited to cherry this bug out and no matter how long it takes I plan to find original parts and bring this bug back to its original condition. Two questions, 1. It has a cigarette lighter and looking at the original manual it's not shown. Does anyone know if this was an option back then or after market? The style of the lighter knob matches the lights, wiper, & emergency flasher switches. 2. No interior dome light.....Was that an option back then or is safe to assume when I replace the headliner the wires will be found.

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jay salser

about 3 years ago

Hello, Ward...Congratulations on finding a complete '67 Beetle. This is just the way I advise people to buy them--a complete car rather than one which is missing lots of original parts! I went through some M-Codes to see if the Cigarette Lighter was a Factory option or a Dealership option. I do see 622 as a Factory option (see: http://www.thesamba.com/vw/archives/info/mcodest1.php). Hopefully, someone will chime in with more information on this. But--I once owned a '67 SunRoof Sedan which also had the correct-in-appearance cig. lighter. As for the Interior Light--my guess is that the headliner has been replaced. The hole for the Dome Light was never cut. Feel at the roof line just above the B Pillar--You should be able to find the hole. For additional information on your car--if the interior of the trunk has not been repainted, remove the trunk liner to see if Factory Crayon Markings are present. If so, copy or take digitals of them and go to the M-Codes Link above to see if you can discover more about your car's History. Also, you can apply for your car's Birth Certificate. There is a Link on 1967beetle.com which explains how to accomplish this. Welcome aboard! You have just joined one of the most popular "clubs" in the World--The 1967 Beetle Community! jay

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Eric Shoemaker

about 3 years ago

Thanks for chiming in, Jay.

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Sam Glemm

about 3 years ago

The rear window decal......interesting. Beautiful car for sure.

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