SOLD – L282 Lotus White ’67 Beetle

Our friends over at VW life in Austin, TX have an L282 Lotus White ’67 Beetle for sale. This looks to be a solid project car that could be made into a nice daily driver. They can also arrange delivery to you. Here’s the information we have with contact information below.

  • Original 1967 bumpers-front and rear
  • Original 1967 fenders-front and rear
  • Original 1967 seats-front and rear
  • Original pan
  • Original 66-67 slotted wide 5 wheels
  • Original headliner
  • 2 year old Michelin Tires
  • Needs new fuel tank
  • It will need a motor and the brakes gone through
  • The transmission is good
  • The pans are good as well
  • It does have some rust in the rear heater channel area.It appears that it hasn’t been hit as the front apron area looks undamaged.
  • The low back seats are covered in black vinyl, the driver’s seat does show wear. The passenger and backseat are good, no holes or rips. 
  • The headliner has wear and is missing in the lower rear parcel area.
  • The bumper and fenders are all original 1967, and appear to be original to the car. The Pearl White has had a respray and shows some areas of peeling. The windshield and ¼ windows and rear window all have new rubber seals. The driver and passenger glass is original as is the chrome trim and window rubber scrapers.
  • This Beetle has a clear Oklahoma title.

    Status: FOR SALE
    Mileage: Unknown
    Location: Austin, TX
    Price: $5,400, OBO
    Owner Contact: SOLD
    General Questions: Eric Shoemaker

Who’s going to make an offer?

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. neat project, that right front fender doesn’t look like original German tin.

    1. I believe you are correct.

    2. Jody Sauvageau March 30, 2021 at 9:30 am

      Correct on that right fender. Non original (1piece headliner) too.

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