FOR SALE — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

Tim Mossman is a friend of 1967beetle.com. His ’67 was featured not that long ago and is a very special car and, is now for sale. It has all the special items in place that make a ’67 so unique.

History
• Purchased new from Imported Motors, 725 Wyoming N.E., in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on April 22, 1967, by Mr. Brian A. Young 
• Have personally met original owners; complete documentation since day one (binder full of service records, repairs, insurance, even a note left on the windshield by someone who wanted to buy it back in the 80s) 
• Original bill of sale 
• Owner’s dealer membership card (in plastic pouch on inside of glove box door (next to original tire PSI sticker) 
• Original keys in leather pouch from Imported Motors dealership 
• Original owner’s manual 
• VIN: 117292991 (October/November ’66 build) 

Engine 
• Engine number: HO475668 
• Stock 1500 engine professionally rebuilt (with NOS 1500 cylinders-almost impossible to find) in November 2013 (approx. 2,000 miles on engine) 
• Rebuilt by Darren Krewenchuk and Lanny Hussey. Darren built this engine.
   and Lanny built this ’67.
• All 67 metal engine pieces cadmium plated 
• Engine tin powder-coated and painted satin black
More information on engine rebuild

• New clutch, throw out bearing
• New muffler, front hood seal, muffler (Dansk), heater boxes, tail pipes
• New oil sensor
• New fuel pump (rebuilt 1500 Pierburg fuel pump by Ed Fall of Vintage Werks
• New Front and rear shocks, brake lines, brakes, fuel lines, window seals, sunroof seal, steering damper, transmission mounts, front wheel bearings
• New fuel tank

Electrical 
• 12 volt (first year) 
• New battery 
• New German flasher relay 
• Lights, signals all work 
• New horn 

Body 
• Original Zenith Blue paint; Wolfsburg Crest Logo threshold plates 
• Rust free 
• Factory Sunroof (opens and closes with ease) with wind deflector shield and factory Goldie handle 
• Original dealer-installed wind deflector 
• All body metal original 
• Body colored matching running boards 
• Original glass (except front windshield; replaced March, 2014) 
• Original bumpers 
• New mud flaps 
• Mr. Bubblehead 1967 Volkswagen license plate frame 
• Spare tire (bias ply radial made in Austria) 
• Original trunk liner and wiring cover 
• Original windshield washer bottle 
• Original jack 
• New American Classic radial whitewall tires 

Interior 
• Original carpet, floor mats, door panels, and seat covers, (driver’s seat professionally reupholstered), headliner 
• NOS black matching seat cushions for front seats 
• 4 Piece Custom coco mat set (Black & Blue Dot) from cocomats.com 
• Original owner’s VW membership card in plastic pouch and tire PSI sticker on glove compartment door 
• Original Sapphire V AM radio in excellent working condition 
• Rear factory speaker (sits just below rear window; in good working order) 
• Fader switch between front and rear speakers 
• Shift lock (from Wolfsburg West) 
• Kamei accessory parcel tray 
• Bud vase 

Safety 
• Original ‘lobster claw’ type seat belts in good working condition; driver’s side missing black plastic cover; have a spare set of 67 only seat belts in excellent condition 
• Dealer installed 3-point seat belts that work with lap belt

Status: FOR SALE
Mileage: 2,000 (Rebuilt)
Location: North Vancouver, British Columbia
Price: $29,500
Contact: Tim Mossman

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Good luck with the sale Tim! I’m sure this one will make someone very happy. In fact, I’d love to buy it if I did not already have a ’67. Zenith blue is my fav Beetle color. What do you think?

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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. It’s a beautiful car!! I agree with Eric- I’d love to buy it if I didn’t already own a 67. Sombody will love to get it.

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    1. It’s amazing! 1967beetle.com, thank you.

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      1. It’s a very nice ’67!

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  2. Worth every penny.

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    1. I agree.

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  3. This is probably THE NICEST original Zenith blue ’67 I have ever seen! Wish I had more money, It would be mine!

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    1. I’d fight you for it, if I had a bigger garage. :)

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  4. Tim,
    Have you had any luck?

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  5. I have a ’67 Zenith Blue one looks exactly the same except for the sunroof. I dont know how much more the sunroof cost when new but these 45 years later it would have been a good investment to have one. I love the white walls, where were they purchased? I also have the three point static seat belts, and the AM radio which still works great.

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  6. Hey Todd,

    How long have you had your 67? I’d love to see some photos!

    Tim

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  7. I forgot to answer your question about the whitewalls. They are “American Classics” (radials)
    http://www.americanclassictires.com/

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  8. I have a 1967 Volkswagen Bug purchase from Imported Motors Albuquerque, NM
    Have all paper work, manuals,ect
    July 22,1967.
    True mileage 23,587
    Still Show-room new
    Been in Storage. Believe it or Not

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    1. Just emailed you!

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  9. What a beauty, and complete with owners manual. Doesn’t get much better?

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  10. Good Luck selling the Zenith Blue. Very nice car and after restoring several I know you probably have just about that much in the restoration. I hope you get close to asking.

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