This car is priced to sell. The fact I’m seeing so many L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetles is amazing. Someone buy this gem before I do. There are more ’67 Beetles out there, hiding in barns, etc. We will search the globe and find them! Info from the seller.
“1967 Volkswagen Beetle. Solid floors and heater channels. Extremely clean, black interior, factory radio in dash, 1500 single port motor, also have 5 brand new Coker white walls that go with it. (they aren’t mounted on wheels), Selling for $5500. Not looking for any trades, text or call 317-371-0157. Car is located in Indianapolis Indiana. I am listing this car for my brother-in-law.”
Mileage: 72,556 miles
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Contact: Jerry – 317-371-0157
Very nice! I am actually glad it is not closer to me or I would be tempted to get it for my wife! Really! Not a ruse to find a totally stock ’67 for myself!
This looks almost exactly like my car! Appears to be a deal for anyone looking. To get one looking this nice you could spend a lot more than this very quickly.
Holy Inviting Zenith Beetles!..this really looks good. I wish for more pix! Why couldn’t it be in Texas??? jay
A shipping truck can have it in Texas in no time!
Ever notice how the good ones come with a least half a tank of gas?
Whats that hole in the dash between the light and wiper knobs?
(partially blocked by steering wheel).Question for Eric and Jay
If I buy this car with for $5500 (hes not negotiable) from what you can see whats my worst case scenario?
That’s a shift decal, not a hole. Eahhh, an oil change and a tank of gas?
Bob…If you live nearby…go to see the car. Take a knowledgeable friend with you and take notes! If you live elsewhere and seriously are interested, you can contact one of many companies who will send a representative to view the car, take notes and even do as many tests on the car as the seller will allow. Costs about $200 dollars and can be worth much more–if the car turns out to need expensive repairs. I strongly recommend this! Or…you can contact a local VW Club to see if they can send a knowledgeable person to view the car. Ask plenty of questions. A reputable seller will gladly answer serious questions. jay
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