SOLD — L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L456 Ruby Red '67 Beetle

Sent over by a fellow reader of 1967beetle.com, this L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle appears to be a solid car. Sure, there are a few aftermarket items here and there, however, it would not take much to make this car perfect and 100% correct. Ruby Red is one of my all time favorite ’67 Beetle colors.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 116,000 miles
Location: Fort Myers, Florida
Price: $10,800 OBO
Contact: Francis Motor Sports, Inc  |  (239) 313-5408

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8 thoughts on “SOLD — L456 Ruby Red ’67 Beetle

  1. Nice driver-quality ’67 Bug. No apparent rust problems but the seller does not give any real history of repairs, etc. A little research on the part of the person or shop that worked on this car would have helped to get panels, knobs, window winders, steering wheel, etc. correct for year ’67. And, etc., etc. One wonders about the rear incorrect bumper, a radio delete–yet sporting a radio antenna. And, etc. Prospective buyers should ask plenty of questions. Perhaps a more realistic price would be in the $6-7K dollar range? jay

    • Jay,
      Agreed. I’m thinking $7k max. The front fenders are aftermarket which could indicate an accident. Wrong genny, fuel pump, etc. Nothing too much work could not fix. I’d want to know more history on the car. However, it does look like a solid driver. Maybe Jody will chime in with some thoughts.

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    • Hank,
      Of course. It’s a nice car. We often try to dive a bit deeper on the ’67, as it’s such a unique car. People often call their work “restoration” when it’s more “replace” parts. Agreed that it’s still a very nice example of a ’67.

  2. I’m with both Jay and Eric on this one. It’s a nice car, but could be even better with some of the small details fixed. Us ’67 purist know and pay attention to these things.

  3. I just looked at the pics, someone probably spent over 10K having her restored. Did anyone notice the front disc brakes? But more importantly the missing frame head bolts (yikes) on one side.

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