For sale is a 1972 Karmann Ghia convertible.
New engine (not just rebuilt) and stock carburetor approximately 10000 miles ago.
New pans on both the driver and passengers side front and back.
New master cylinder
New headliner about 2 years ago
Top is functional but will need to be redone in the next couple of years or so depending on how the car is stored.
Turn signals do not work
Paint is in basically good conditionbut some body work is needed - particularly on the engine cover and some
in front of the drivers side rear wheel
The back rest for the back seat is missing but I do have the upholstry for same.
About ten years ago the car was in a minor accident in which the left front headlight area was damaged enough
that a new front clip was installed. Everthing seems to have been well done in that the top and doors seem
to fit properly.
There is no seat slide on the passengers seat. It is bolted to the pan.
There are many extra parts - dual carbs, glass rear window, and others.
The sporty Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is a hand-built German GT car that is reliable and easy to work on, and usually available at an affordable price.
Willie mind if we wandered around and took some photos?
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