Fresh on the market here at 1967beetle.com, this L639 zenith blue ’67 is a special car. If you appreciate period correct details etc, this is the ’67 you’ve been looking for. Info from the seller. (Edited by Jay Salser)
This is a beautifully restored, turn-key 1967 beetle, which I have owned for 21 years. I’m starting other projects. This car was restored around 3 years ago and always has been garaged since. Definitely a head- turner. The car needs nothing. My asking price is much lower than what it has taken to build. I’ve enjoyed her for 21 years–now it’s time for someone else to enjoy. To some, the 1967 is considered to be one of the best years. It was the first year for 12 volt, 1500cc engine and the last year of classic bumpers and so on…..
Engine: 1600cc Single Port. Recently added are rebuilt heads with stock pistons, new Bosch alternator, Bosch starter, Bosch coil, new fuel pump and all fuel lines, clutch & flywheel, German bowden tube & clutch cable, oil pump, 96 pass oil cooler with all steel braided hoses & external oil filter. All engine tin has been powder-coated. New front & rear transmission mounts and a new German muffler have been installed.
Interior: All new, beautiful charcoal tweed & off-white vinyl seat covers & door panels, charcoal German square weave carpet in the car and in the trunk and luggage area as well. All seat frames, shifter, E-brake, steering column & turn signal lever previously were painted off-white. New off-white perforated headliner, restored speedometer, new sun visors, older restored off-white steering wheel with new leather cover and the correct Sapphire V Radio (not connected). One key opens doors, operates ignition and opens the decklid. A separate key is for the shift lock & hood lock.
Suspension includes new front & rear KYB GR-2 Shocks. Brakes: new front & rear wheel cylinders, new metal lines & rubber hoses, rear drums & shoes. The master brake cylinder was replaced with a German unit a few years ago.
Exterior: The Beetle was re-painted in its original Zenith Blue. The car has a few minor dings but absolutely nothing major. There is newer stainless steel molding, new running boards and window rubbers. The car has its original, beautiful, one-year-only, 1967 re-chromed rear bumper stamped with the VW Logo sporting its original working reverse lights. All bumper brackets have been powder-coated light gray. Both sides of the pans have been replaced and re-sprayed with under coating on bottom and top with POR15. An absolutely RUST FREE California car. The tires are Firestone 560-15 with the 1” white wall.
Accessories include a glove box pull handle, a shift lock, a convertible hood lock, rear pop-out windows, Rasambus parcel tray, 1967 Volkswagen license plate frame, VW Logo mud flaps, powder-coated luggage rack, German rear window chrome air vents, working re-chromed HELLA fog lights, wheel beauty rings, cheese grater and Wolfsburg Crest Logo threshold plates.
Location: Monterey Park, California
Contact: Albert Cuevas | (323)719-6392
Wow what a steal! Such a beautifully well kept car. My only curiousity is the milage? I already have an L639 Zenith blue 67 or I would definitely make the trip down to Monterey Park and pick this baby up! Wow what a head turner in deed!
Jaime, the engine had about 18-20k miles on it. But recently had rebuilt heads and pistons installed. That was 2 weeks ago and have only driven it about 200 miles since. I was told by my mechanic at Jim’s VW service also here in Monterey park to bring it back after 500 mile so he can adjust valves and find tune the car. The beetle is really nice NOT a show car BUT a really great driver (as it should be). Where are you located at?
Is it the org engine? I don’t see the H0 on the case… Great car!
Hi Albert, thanks for the update. I live in Seattle but I’m from La Puente originally so I know the area very well! (Especially the Hat Pastrami’s) It is a very beautiful car and If I didn’t already own a Zenith blue 67, I would buy it in a heart beat!
Did someone say chili cheese frys??? Or king taco?? Lol.
OMG, how I miss Southern Cal!
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