Tim Mossman’s L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

If you remember Tim Mossman’s ’67 Beetle, you know we’ve mentioned it more than a few times. It’s a nice example of a very original car. Lane Russell has had the privilege of restoring a few German VW engine components for this gem. In Tim’s words.

I would like to share a few photos of my (previously owned) ’67 Beetle now in Tokyo, Japan.  It’s been changed quite a bit—both to comply with Japanese law, but also to suit the new owner’s tastes. It’s being driven regularly and has also been to several VW shows and meets ups — the VW scene is tremulously popular in Japan! The Beetle is being lovingly cared for by its owner. 

I love the Japanese ’67 plate!

Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started Air-Cooled Artifacts (previously, 1967beetle.com and Lane Russell). I drive a '67 Beetle daily and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

  1. Him Tim—I am so happy to hear that your “Baby” went to a good home! All the way from Germany to the USA, to Canada and now to Japan! How amazing is that!!! jay

  2. Spectacular! That is an immaculate bug. And the trees are nice looking, too. I guess you need to go over and visit it, periodically!

  3. They never end because so many in different countries including my own country P.Rico, plusin my heart, 1953,1966,68,69,72,Standard Beetle, 72,Super Beetle (Blue) 1972 Standard Beetle (Original Color Orange) 1975 Super Beetle original color Red,and the last one 1962 99.99%original I have all in different times of my lifetime and will continue to find another one,from 1966 truth 1972 with exception 1971 Mery Christmas every one,

  4. What a treat that you get to see the vehicle in its new home. As you may know, my (well my father’s) original ’67 with the same blue color, also made the trip from the US to Japan (Okinawa) and back again.

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