SOLD – L282 Lotus White ’67 Beetle

Fresh to the market, we have a very respectable L282 Lotus White ’67 Beetle for sale. Marius and I haven’t met in person, but our appreciation for period correct details transcends distance. You know the ’67 Beetle, you’re aware of all the one year only parts that make this car special. As mentioned before, I spent a good 10 years searching the globe, putting our own Beetle back together. When’s the last time you saw an original German roof rack? Check out the video below.

After nearly 10 fun years of ownership, it’s time to thin the herd a bit. We’re listing for sale our 1967 Volkswagen Beetle. This car has lived in the pacific northwest the last 10 years after spending most of its life as best I can tell around North Carolina. When we bought him, my wife & I were looking for a fun weekend car – and then we had a kid. :)

Felix, as we call him, is all stock mechanically, and I hated the idea of installing rear seat belt anchors to a car that’s so pristine and original. So we never did, and then he just sat in our garage. We’d put 5-20 miles on him per year for the past 7 years, but his job is to make smiles happen – and that’s not the case when he’s taking up an entire garage bay. :) His only major modification is what a respray job (exterior only, interior is L282 Lotus White) by a previous owner.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 89,582
Location: Bellevue, WA 98008
Price: $14,000
Owner Contact: SOLD

Included with the sale of the car is a ton of maintenance parts and spare parts:

  • 1967 Lobster Claw Seatbelt Set
  • 1967 Speedometer Assembly
  • 5x 1967 Wheels
  • 1967 Generator (unsure of condition)
  • PICT30-1 VW105-1 Carb (1 body, 1 complete)
  • PICT30-1 VW75-1 Carb (1 complete)
  • H30/31 Carb Complete
  • TMI Rear Door Cards
  • Chromed Window Shades
  • Jopex Danish Muffler
  • Wolfsburg West (WW) Tailpipes and Gasket Set
  • 205K Rebuilt Distributor
  • Engine Oil Cooler
  • Engine Bay Tar Paper (from Classic VW Bugs)
  • 1967 Used Headlight Buckets
  • Spare Horn Grills
  • Non-SB12 Hella Headlight Trim Rings
  • Spare Fuel Tank Lid
  • 1967 Rear View Mirrors (x2)
  • 1967 Window Crank
  • 1967 Horn Ring and WW Button
  • WW Engine Compartment Seals
  • 1967 Volkswagen Decklid Emblem
  • 1967 VW Hood Emblem
  • 2x Sealed Halogen Headlamps
  • 1967 Original Running Boards
  • WW Car Cover
  • Engine Oil Pump
  • Bosch Spark Plugs (I have 16 of them for some reason!)
  • Spark Plug Cable Set
  • Spare Belts (Continental and NAPA)
  • WW Generator Brushes (x2)
  • Carburetor Rebuild Kit (x2)
  • WW Fuel Pump Rebuild Kit
  • Body Panel Clips
  • Misc. WW Fuel Filters, Gaskets, Clamps
  • Extra Bosch Long Coil
  • WW Oil Strainers, Gaskets, Crush Washers
  • WW Valve Cover Gaskets
  • WW Clutch Cable
  • WW Accelerator Cable
  • Bosch Rotor
  • Bosch Distributor Cap
  • Bosch Regulator

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. Richard A Diaz (Dick) August 8, 2021 at 9:43 pm

    Very, very nice! Good job in maintaining this beauty!

  2. jose' olivencia Jr. August 9, 2021 at 10:40 am

    I love all the detail that share in video, it’s amazing but I love it for ever and ever and the reason is that was my 1st car and the year was a 1953 6volt then after i owner 10 total from 1957 thru 1975 super beetle I hope you have a good person to keep the tradition of (Volkswagen) we call then in my country P.Rico a “VOLKY” Sincerely: Jr.

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