Back on the market (yet again) here at 1967beetle.com, this L639 zenith blue ’67 is a special car. (We listed it for the original owner a bit ago) If you appreciate period correct details etc, this is the ’67 you’ve been looking for. Even the running boards are the correct (faded) color! With dealership installed AC, this car is a “cool” find for sure.
“This is a documented one owner ’67 Beetle. We have all paperwork from original purchase to date. This timepiece has always been garaged kept. It has 37,440 original miles, of which many were towed miles. The paint is in mint condition. It has the first year that 12V system was installed and a very rare air conditioner under the dash. It is a York Air Compressor. It was delivered by the dealer in 1967 with headrests, trim rings, window vents, reverse lights and bumper guards. This is a real beauty.. I can verify all data since it is a family car. The interior is immaculate and original as is everything. Runs great.”
Location: Madison, Georgia
Price: Starting bid, $8,000.00
Contact: Bidding on eBay
Talk about “cool!” Who’s going to grab this one?
I’m thinking iv a thing for the L639 Zenith Blues… This beauty would look great in my living room. We can just tell the wife it’s the new Radio ?
Great example of auto history, in drivable form… Lol
What a treasure! A piece of history… Well preserved!!!! Thanks for sharing.
Sure. I’ll keep working hard over here.
I notice that the car still displays the same Washington State plates it had when it was located in California and listed in 2012. Now it’s in Georgia. I’m sure there is a good story here. Can you enlighten us?
Odd, right? I wrote the org seller today. She said…
“Hi Eric, Nice to hear from you. Wow, this is crazy! I sold it to a collector in Geogia, last name of Weiner. He has a huge collection of mini cars and VW’s. Can’t imagine why he would be selling it.”
Great observation Mike! Looks like a “flip” for sure! Nice car though, but the flip kind of is suspicious!
Nice car, but my only question is I’m trying to figure out what that little grey box is underneath the left front light and slightly above the bumper?
Hello, Jaime…I’m with you. I noticed the “box?” but forgot about it until you mentioned it here. It must be the box for accessing the “thermo-coupling electrical focal-positioning calibrator”. What do you think. LOL jay
Lol, hi Jay!! Man it’s always good to hear what you have to say! I personally thought it was the plug to connect your car to keep it from freezing in really cold weather cities? But then again, why would you have an AC right? Lol, I don’t know!
Hey Jamie. I’ve done a lot of research on this, and Volkswagens were never designed for air-conditioning. Even a VW mechanic of old would tell you that they put a lot of strain on air cooled engines.
Focal-positioning calibrator ? Lol, Jay our imaginations could get the both of us in some trouble.. It has for me…lol
I’m gona play too though. How about a connection box for hardwire integrated towing lights system ? Maybe it spent some time behind an R.V
Oops…got something started here about that “box”! Ha! To your comment about the air condition, Eric..a former VW trained specialist friend of mine who used to install those air conditioning units says that it was the worst thing to happen to VWs! He told me that he and a fellow mechanic would take Saturdays to install the units and made a lot of money doing it. So, it was another of those money-making efforts which people at least thought that they liked. jay
That’s hilarious! It’s still a “cool” car.
Hello. I am the new owner of the car and it is wonderful example of a 67. The car is now located in Arizona
Congratulations, Scott! This car has gotten around, hasn’t it! That’s apparently the Peoples’ Choice for the favorite color, too! Stay tuned to 1967beetle.com, Scott. jay
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