SOLD — Genuine Volkswagen Venetian Blinds

FOR SALE — Genuine Volkswagen Beetle Venetian Blinds
Hello, ‘67 Beetle community.

I have a Genuine Volkswagen Beetle (dealership accessory) rear window venetian blind for sale. It came from Australia and is in perfect shape. I had it in my ’67 Beetle for about 2 weeks but am now going a different direction. It comes in its original box and installs in about 5 min. These are made by the same company that made them long ago for VW. The fit and finish in the window is perfect, as you’d expect from Volkswagen.

The final sale will come with a tracking number shipped to your door. I can also can ship globally, but email first for a quote first.

Status: SOLD in 6 hours!
Price: $250 + shipping
Contact: Eric Shoemaker

Hermann Bonasch’s L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle Legacy

Hermann and Marcia at lunch Brittany garage with Carol

This is a special ’67 Beetle story from our good friend, Tom Griffin. But more importantly, it’s about Hermann Bonasch who was the original owner of this small wonder. Hermann recently made his journey home to heaven on July 6, 2015. I’d like everyone to pause for a moment of silence in his honor. The ’67 Beetle community around the world is thinking about you today.

Hermann was the original owner of the ’67 Beetle that sits in my garage. It was in that Beetle that his three kids learned to drive, learned how to experiment, and learned how many kids can fit into a Bug. Hermann Bonasch was a veterinarian when he purchased the car in 1967, and was soon to marry his dear wife, and lifelong champion, Marcia. At his memorial service, it was a treat to hear more about Hermann through the eyes of his friends, colleagues, and family. Many recalled how Hermann spoke clearly and directly; many more recalled how his actions were kind and purposeful. All told of a remarkable man.

Hermann 1960HermannHermann Bonasch in later years

FOR SALE — L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle

Just listed here at 1967beetle.com, this L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle is a very nice, original car. I don’t see as many Java Green VWs on the market. Grab this gem while you can! Info below from the seller.

Status: For Sale
Mileage: 82,238
Location: Andover, Minnesota
Price: $3,500 OBO
Contact: Andy S  |  763-898-8947

Hello, 1967beetle.com. I am considering selling my 1967 VW Beetle. It is a beautiful original car with little rust. Floors and corners are good. Battery tray was replaced. The original hood is included. Has basic 1960s seat belts. Interior is original, uncut, with a few seams separating. It comes with your choice of engine puzzle. I have enough engine parts to make either:

    A matching numbers 1500cc engine with H0… serial number.
    A 1500cc engine with doghouse oil cooler fan housing.
    A 1600cc engine with doghouse oil cooler fan housing.
    A 1641cc engine with doghouse oil cooler fan housing.

I do have used heat exchangers and a wide dual muffler. However, you might want to get nicer ones and an original muffler. Many parts on the 1967 model are one year only. Rare original 1967 rear bumper overriders (towel bars). Rare original 1967 engine hood in good condition. Original door handles. Original radio. Clean Minnesota title (should be done soon). Great candidate for patina driver or simple restoration.

SOLD — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

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Fresh to the market here at 1967beetle.com from Duncun Automotive Network; we have a nice L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle for sale. Pay close attention to the quality of this restoration. The paint is the correct Zenith blue, fenders are German, bumpers are just right. I believe I’m even seeing a German VW roof rack. It does not get much better than this. Who’s going to make an offer?

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 40,524
Location: Christianburg, VA
Price: Bidding on eBay
Contact: (434) 251-8647 – Randy Doss

Edwin Nazario’s L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

Edwin Nazario

Just sent over by a Lane Russell customer, Edwin Nazario, in Bayamón Puerto Rico, this L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle is a fantastic example of a restoration done well. It also makes me really happy to know that we are slowly connecting ’67 Beetle owners all over the world.

Hello, I am Edwin Nazario from Bayamón, Puerto Rico. I am the owner of this Beetle 1967. It was evaluated by A. A. C. A. in the National Winter Meet in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico and won the First Junior Place. At this time the car is in The Museum of Transportation for three months. I’m honored to be a part of the ’67 Beetle community.