’67 Beetle Safety — Shift Lock

Keeping Your ’67 Beetle Safe — Shift lock

Theft. It’s the theme of many emails received here at 1967beetle.com in regards to the ’67 Beetle. The secret is out; thieves are well aware how special these gems are. If you’re like me, your ’67 is a very special car. Mine was originally purchased by my Grandfather and is the vessel of many childhood memories. I’d never be able to replace in the event there was a loss from theft.

Lucky for us, a very high quality shift lock was produced. It’s the “perfect anti-theft device, virtually impossible to bypass and an original accessory too!” If you’re adding on a shift lock, there is a good chance you’ll also need a replacement boot. Take a look below at the detailed installation instructions below. They explain in detail just how simple it is. It’s also available for download at the bottom of this article.

Keeping Your ’67 Beetle Safe — Shift lock

Keeping Your ’67 Beetle Safe — Shift lock

Keeping Your ’67 Beetle Safe — Shift lock

Keeping Your ’67 Beetle Safe — Shift lock

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LaneRussell has them in stock. Keep those emails coming.

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3 thoughts on “’67 Beetle Safety — Shift Lock

  1. This was *the first* thing I did to my Beetle when we got it. Getting it adjusted is a bit tricky.. mine’s not perfect now, I have to push the gear lever slightly forward to be able to unlock it.. However, I’m afraid to touch it because I don’t want to make it go further out of whack. :)

    I think I might go poke around this over the weekend though, since I now have electronic copies of the instructions. :)

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