SOLD — L633 VW Blue ’67 Beetle

Fresh to the market here at, we have a very respectable L633 VW Blue ’67 Beetle. Taking a deeper look, this ’67 has both correct German front and rear bumpers. Did I mention how hard those rear overrider tubes are to source? Also, you’ll notice the one year only safety knobs and AM Sapphire V radio. We all know how hard those are to come by. The car hasn’t been abused, chopped, lowered, etc. Restore it back to 100% factory, or drive and enjoy as is. Info below from the seller.

“I don’t know much about the history of this car. It’s a blue 1967 VW beetle. I bought it from an auctioneer friend who obtained it from an estate he was auctioning off. It was kept in a barn and he was able to crank it right up and drove it home after installing a new battery. I replaced the tires which were showing signs of dry rot and had the brakes fixed. I replaced the wiper arms which were missing and bought new floor mats.

The engine appears to have been replaced at some point in time as it is not original to this year model. The interior is in great condition with no apparent holes or tears in the seats or headliner. The interior carpets are all intact and the floor boards are solid. The original radio is still intact but an aftermarket radio has been mounted under the dash. The odometer shows 00967. ( I’m sure it has rolled over at least once) It cranks easily and runs great. I bought it for my daughter and she likes to drive it around on our farm but doesn’t feel comfortable out on the highway. (She named it Oliver after the character on the Arrow) I hate to sell it, but I don’t have the time or money to give it the attention it deserves. I have 2 kids about to graduate and head off to college. It has a clear Alabama title.”

Status: SOLD
Mileage: 00,967
Location: Alabama
Price: $6,500, OBO
Contact: Virgil Brasher – 205-368-0698

  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. Very nice example of a well-kept ’67. Even has the original seat belts! Odd, though, for it to have the horn ring on upside-down ….how does that happen? Easy fix ….

  2. What a great opportunity to get into the 67′ beetle game!
    Especially loved the fact the radio is still there. NICE!

  3. Frank Connolly, Jr. April 13, 2017 at 12:32 pm

    Nice car to start a project on. Hope the rust isn’t too bad.

  4. It’s a good looking ’67. From what I’ve seen, the rust is very minor.

  5. If my lease were up now instead of August, I’d be on my way to Alabama. My first car was a zenith blue ’67 and I’ve been missing it for too long! Someone will be lucky to get this one home!

  6. Mark Morelock May 27, 2017 at 7:50 pm

    Is that a 67 air cleaner? I bet Jay knows.

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