’67 L620 Savanna Beige Survivor

A good friend of 1967beetle.com, Chris Vallone of Classic VW Bugs in NY just picked up this ’67 L620 Savanna Beige true survivor. It looks like the distributor has been replaced and possibly a few other minor things. However, this a fantastic example of how an original, unmolested ’67 Beetle should look. I really love seeing original paint color and trim. It won’t take much to put this car back to 100% correct.

I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.
Additional information on correct ’67 colors can be seen here.

Thanks Chris for sharing this great find with 1967beetle.com.

The Finishing Touches for Your Vintage Volkswagen™
The Finishing Touches for Your Vintage Volkswagen™

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.

7 Comments

Marius

about 5 years ago

I keep seeing people throw around the term "survivor" - what's meant by that?

Reply

Eric

about 5 years ago

It means the car is OG and has never been restored. Ron Bengry's '53 Zwitter is the same. It's rare you see these cars without 5332 parts missing etc.

Reply

Mike Buettell

about 5 years ago

Great find Chris. Congrats on getting it. You're going to have some fun.

Reply

John

about 5 years ago

My '68 is a survivior as well as original, sat in the previous owners garage for almost 40 years until last month when I bought it from him :)

Reply

Eric

about 5 years ago

Very nice!

Reply

Louie Meyer

about 5 years ago

Man that is sweet. That's what my car is suppose to look like, it will again some day!! Nice find!!

Reply

Eric

about 5 years ago

It took me a long time to get mine this nice.

Reply

Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply