L633 VW Blue Touch Up Paint

’67 Volkswagen Beetle — L633 VW Blue Touch Up Paint

We recently featured Tim Presiado’s L633 VW Blue ’67 Vert here at 1967beetle.com. Last night, he sent over this really interesting item. In fact, it might be one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a long time. Have any of you seen or possibly had one of these before? I’d love to see other ’67 colors.

1967beetle.com,
Thank you for profiling my L633 VW Blue ’67 Vert. I was digging through a box of old parts that came with my car and came across this touch up pen. It is yet another neat item that came with the car!

’67 Volkswagen Beetle — L633 VW Blue Touch Up Paint

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Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started 1967beetle.com. I also own Lane Russell, a leading supplier of VW parts for your classic Volkswagen restoration. I drive a '67 Beetle daily and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

  1. Unique item! Nice!

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    1. Totally cool! I’d love to see other colors from the ’67 lineup.

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  2. Oh man, I’ve been searching for one of these for years. Sell it to me!!!

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    1. Jody,
      Ha! Yeah, isn’t this the coolest thing ever?!

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      1. My 66 bus came with a green and a white touch up pen, no boxes though, and I thought that was awesome.

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        1. Agreed! I’d love to have this, even though my car isn’t that color.

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  3. Would you take $100 for it?

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  4. Thank you all for the comments. When I saw this in a random box of parts I thought that people on this site would get a kick out of this. I plan on keeping this with the car, so unfortunately it is not for sale.

    I also found several of the original tools that came with the car. I would like to find a complete original tool set to go with it the Touch up pen and the other random assorted items.

    Thanks fore the feedback!
    TIm

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    1. Tim,
      Thanks for sharing!

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    2. Hi, Tim…Check your Owner’s Manual for the list of tools that came with your car. Then, begin a search on TheSamba.com. That’s how I was able to build a tool kit for one of my cars recently. Tool bags/pouches, also, can be found OnLine. If you decide to restore your jack and don’t want to do it yourself, I can refer you to a person who does the greatest job of it. jay

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