SOLD — L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle

FOR SALE — L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle

Just listed here at, this L581 Java Green ’67 Beetle is a very nice, original car. I don’t see as many Java Green VWs on the market. Grab this gem while you can! Info below from the seller.

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 82,238
Location: Andover, Minnesota
Price: $2,499
Contact: Andy S  |  763-898-8947

Hello, I am considering selling my 1967 VW Beetle. It is a beautiful original car with little rust. Floors and corners are good. Battery tray was replaced. The original hood is included. Has basic 1960s seat belts. Interior is original, uncut, with a few seams separating. It comes with your choice of engine puzzle. I have enough engine parts to make either:

    A matching numbers 1500cc engine with H0… serial number.
    A 1500cc engine with doghouse oil cooler fan housing.
    A 1600cc engine with doghouse oil cooler fan housing.
    A 1641cc engine with doghouse oil cooler fan housing.

I do have used heat exchangers and a wide dual muffler. However, you might want to get nicer ones and an original muffler. Many parts on the 1967 model are one year only. Rare original 1967 rear bumper overriders (towel bars). Rare original 1967 engine hood in good condition. Original door handles. Original radio. Clean Minnesota title (should be done soon). Great candidate for patina driver or simple restoration.

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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. Trenton Welters August 6, 2015 at 9:41 am

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    It looks like the bumperettes were drilled (3 holes) for the rare rubber bumper protectors–that were dealer installed in Canada and Australia only!

  2. Such a great ’67.

  3. I looked for 10 months for a 67 bug with an H0 engine. They are REALLY hard to find. This car does have a lot of work to be done, interior, paint, rust, etc. I finally found mine in Santa Monica in Sep 14 which was in really good shape, no rust, but I paid a lot more than $3500. If you are looking for a 67 bug with important original parts (H0 engine, german front fenders, german bumpers, uncut dash) I would take a serious look at this car.

    1. What Joy said……

  4. I just lowered the price.

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