SOLD — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle
Fresh on the market here at 1967beetle.com, this L639 zenith blue ’67 is a special car. If you appreciate unique details here and there, this is the ’67 you’ve been looking for. Also, take note of the correct, German ’67 front fenders. I can hear the sweet cadence of the engine from here.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: Unknown
Location: Clearwater, FL
Price: $11,750
Contact: Golden Classics  |  (727) 449-1962


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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. Was this from the Buick Motor Division of VW? Clean car.

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    1. I’m not 100% sure.

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  2. Ha! I own a 52 Buick ROADMASTER . It’s parked right next to my 67 VW. I thought the same thing when I saw the pics. Good looking car. Good luck on the sale!!!!

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  3. Richard A. "Dick" Diaz September 26, 2014 at 3:42 pm

    Nice car! I am curious about the aftermarket bumpers and gingerbread “vents” on the front? Otherwise I like very much!

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    1. Those are stick on….

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  4. Well iv got a bit of a thing for that blue. She’s a real eye catcher for sure.
    I kinda like the Buick add on too, but the poor dash/stereo instal brakes my heart . I am dealing with that same thing on mine.
    Really nice looking car though. Good price to I think ?

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    1. I agree. It’s a nice car that could be 100% stock with little effort.

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  5. 100 % stock looks to be a short path away, unless I’m missing something. Stereo, and panel, shifter stick, and some wheels ? The wheels could stay, as the shifter in my world. Less than an hr to swap them out for the show.
    I’d almost be sad to see the sticky Buick vents go.. Lol, but I guess they must. I doubt at this price it stays on the block for even a week.

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  6. Love the Mex-accessories like the stick on side vents or the over sized exhaust pipes :-/
    I was lost at the huge cut to fit the pull-out stereo.
    Not my style…

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    1. I’m not confirmed if the dash has been cut..

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  7. I confirm 100% that dash is cut.
    Owned almost 20 1967 beetles and to fit that stereo it has to be trimmed. :(

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    1. Bummer. I hate that.

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  8. It is a bummer. BUT as I’m finding its not so hard as I thought to repair that.
    Paint matching is the toughest part of it, for my color. Lots of same hole size doner dashes, good for nothing other than a repair panel. Or a flat piece cut to size, and rolled inner edge would work.
    Just my thoughts. If the car is that nice, a little fabrication repair is for sure worth my time.

    Richard

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    1. I’ve also learned it’s VERY expensive to fix correctly.

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  9. Yes… It can be. BUT , Correctly ? If its a rough cut huge hole to start…. Then if fixing it to the point you can’t tell it was fixed, well I think that’s good enough for most of us…? I COULD BE WRONG THOUGH.
    But I find most people have mig welder s now. Or a buddy has one. And its only time, well waisted. Lol
    Sand the affected area to steel…. Cut perfectly square…. Exact match the donee panel, with about 0.23 to 030 gap around…..A Magnet holds it in place nicely ….. Take lots of time, and spot weld it in… Cooling between each weld…. Spot, spot, spot , till its a solid weld. Dolly behind, hammer welds to soften, and flatten. Sand/grind/buff, fill, paint.
    If no welder, they have body glues to do metal… Trimmed right, it can finish nicely.
    It still sucks to have a hacked dash, but at the limited amount of nice clean cars, and amount of people in the day wanting modern, over stock it’s common hacked dash syndrome.

    Just my thoughts on it.

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    1. Hello, Richard…If anyone can do this job–it is you! I would turn my car over to you in a heart-beat! I love the way that you and your family work and play together–it is a good example to the rest of us, Richard. Keep up the good work! jay

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