SOLD – Genuine NOS 1967 Beetle Beauty Rings

FOR SALE – NOS 1967 Beetle Beauty Rings
What we have here is something dreams are made of. Genuine NOS ’67 VW Beetle Beauty rings in their original box and packaging. It just does not get any better. In fact, I’m going to take a cold shower.

Status: SOLD
Location: Belgium
Price:  €400 + shipping
Contact: Dries adams

FOR SALE – NOS 1967 Beetle Beauty Rings

Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started Air-Cooled Artifacts (previously, and Lane Russell). I drive a '67 Beetle daily and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

  1. Nice find! Asking price for the set?

    1. The asking price is in the listing. $400 Euro. That’s 500.41 US Dollars.

  2. Maybe it’s just me, but I actually prefer the look of the wheels without the beauty rings. I can appreciate the excitement of finding a NOS set if you like the look though!

    1. I agree ……………..although I ‘m thinking of buying one and wearing it.

    2. Our research shows that 10-slot trim (beauty) rings were standard on the ’67 convertibles built in Osnabrüeck. This Spring, Wally2 will be sporting a good set of used rings we just acquired to go with his new, Lane Russell, hub caps.

      1. Thanks for the info, Donna. Yes, I’m learning that both 9 and 10 were used. Ah, we have to love all these one year only mysteries. Thanks again for the business. We are here for you.

  3. $500.41 US? I paid less than half that for my entire ’67 beetle.

    1. Ha! NOS isn’t cheap, that’s for sure…

  4. I bought a set of four NOS German Beauty Rings for 66-67 Beetles still in the wrap for $50 a few years ago.

  5. Eric , price eduction !
    €299 / $359

    1. You should buy them….

  6. Happy to find your site and store. I own a wonderful java green ’67 Beetle I bought in March, 1969 – one owner for over 48 years – it’s seen about 40 states and four countries and the car’s still going strong (it’s showing a lot less age than I am!).

    1. Hello, Peter…I bet that Eric would love to publish your story. You would need to do a write-up of your history with the Beetle. With the write-up, he’d need some photos of the car and at least one photo of you with the vehicle. Readers love to see owners and their cars! I hope to see your story soon! jay

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