SOLD — L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

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Just listed here at 1967beetle.com, this L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle is in very respectable condition. If you know about the ’67 Beetle, you know this one is a keeper. In fact, I wish I had a bigger garage.

“Up for sale is a 1967 VW beetle with 61,359 original miles. The 1967 Beetle is considered the most desirable and valuable year out of all classic beetles!”

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 61,359
Location: Ruckersville, Virginia
Price: $5,000.00 (Starting bid)
Contact: Bidding on eBay  |  David Shurn

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I created and curate 1967beetle.com. I own and restored a 1967 VW Beetle that my Grandfather bought new. Have a question? Own an air cooled VW? Say hello!

20 Comments

brians356

about 9 months ago

Nice car! Hard to be sure, but looks like it might have been resprayed. The exterior seems to be a bit more "blue" than the interior and the front lip under the hood. However the seller implies it is in original paint. Brian

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Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

I'd think it has to have been sprayed at least once. Looking at the fender beading could help show a difference in color.

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brians356

about 9 months ago

I contacted the seller, and he said it "looks like at one time it was repainted." Brian

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Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

Good to know. I have a pile of German '67 fenders in my garage. I'm just saying.

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Ken Jones

about 9 months ago

Selling any of them :) ?

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Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

Possibly. :)

Ken Jones

about 9 months ago

If you decide, I need a passenger front fender :)

Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

Are you in the SF Bay Area? They are too heavy to ship.

Ken Jones

about 9 months ago

Nope, east coast. I'd gladly pay the shipping. We can take this offline if you'd like. Thanks!

Rick

about 9 months ago

The right front fender is not original so it's a little misleading to say 100% stock etc etc. Look at the horn grills, should be "two fingers" to the inter seam like the left front, the right is "four fingers"

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Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

Good notice on the fender. I didn't see that when I was getting the listing out. '67 fenders are a bit hard to come by. However, they are out there. This could mean the car was hit at one point. However, it's still a nice find at this price point.

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Graham - Perth Australia

about 9 months ago

I had to purchase several old fenders so as to ensure correct build and straightest product "under all the paint" So I also have more than a few lying around to which I will sell off when mine is on the road. The paint on this car does not look right to me, BUT it is a great looker for sure and we can all be green with envy

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dom

about 9 months ago

@Rick You're sharp! I was looking at this listing on ebay and then then found this site on google. This vehicle is right down the street from me. I'm in the market for a bug right now and am trying to find something nice and original. -dom http://epautos.com/

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Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

1967beetle.com! I'm very proud to hear so many people are noticing our efforts.

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dom

about 9 months ago

Yeah, this is a cool site you've made here. I'm currently on the fence considering which year bug to get. I like the dash of the late 60s, but I like the super beetle suspension. I've tinkered with and built a few cars/trucks/bikes. I'm at a point now where I'd like something old and normal (unmolested).

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Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

Thanks! Yeah, I'm in love with the '67, as it combines the best of old and new.

David

about 9 months ago

This is David the owner of the car for sale... thanks for all the info and interest so far. I have updated the eBay listing with more info clarifying the current condition of the car . The pictures posted are before the car was detailed and the engine bay/ under front hood was untouched in the pictures above it needed a good cleaning and coat of wax. I will post new photos soon.

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Eric Shoemaker

about 9 months ago

David, Send over any photos and I can add to your listing.

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brians356

about 9 months ago

David, if the auction description has been updated, I can't find the additions. If it has been repainted and has a replaced fender, then it is not "100% stock and unmolested" and a buyer who discovers that will almost certainly be disappointed. Just sayin' ...

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matthewjohnkeen

about 9 months ago

This is a very good time capsule in my mind, yes a wing has been replaced, yes a respray was probably done on the exterior. But, this looks right! I always say, beware of cars that look too right:) A genuine survivor will have these "poker tells" of genuine use, the dna of the car I would say is pretty much untouched. Not in this case of course an totally off topic...however a genuine british built AC Cobra can be identified by the fact that one of the front wings has a different profile to the other, this is due to the wooden buck that the wings were made on being hand made and a litte bit "out" I know this as I know a good friend who built them in the 60s. Yes off topic but to marry those two together I would say, to find a real gem you have to look at the whole picture, imperfections are what excites a wise eyed collector into finding the real deal.

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