Just listed for sale here at 1967beetle.com. We have a nice L41 Black ’67 Beetle in the correct color combination. There’s not much more I can say about this VW, other than the fact that I’d love to park it in Lane Russell garage. Here’s the info we have from the seller.
“I have a really nice original black paint 1967 bug with factory red interior. It has both original black California plates which only stay with the car if you live in California, new German axle boots, new transmission mounts, new Bosch voltage regulator, new reverse light switch, all new German fuel line, restored 66-67 only distributor, new factory style German battery cables, new Wolfsburg West factory cardboard glove box, new engine compartment seals, and new German engine firewall insulation. The car is all numbers matching, including the engine. The engine was just completely gone through with all new bearings, gaskets, and seals, new heater hoses, new preheat hoses, new fan belt, German muffler, and it only has about 5 miles on it since being rebuilt. The original radio works, it’s currently registered, and has absolutely NO rust. This car is super solid and has an awesome patina to it. It needs carpet in the front, but the original carpet in the rear is still in pretty good shape. The original headliner is in great shape as well with one very small tear. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. I can provide my phone number as well if you would like to find out specifics on the car.”
Location: Orangevale, CA
Price: Bidding on eBay
Contact: Bidding on eBay
Eric…you cannot have this Beetle–it’s mine! I wish! I love the Black on Brick Red Interior. Just perfect!
Jay. I say we flip a coin.. Heads or Tails?
Road trip, anyone?
I’d bet this one gets more admirers than the freshly painted resto. I thought I’d seen cloud reflections in the hood at first…. Lol
Beautifull car. I think I’d love it as is !
Richard, I thought the same thing at first!
They will achieve a better final hammer price if they start with a lower opening bid.
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