This 1969 Karmann Ghia Type14, 2 door coupe is Red with Black interior. The car has been recently restored and is in excellent condition. The only modifications the car has had is to enhance the drivability and safety. The outside has its original bumper, emblems, moldings, with triple dipped chrome, and a roof rack. The interior is black, with beautiful headliner and a great sound system to further enjoy your driving experience.
The motor is a stock 1600cc, 4 cylinder (30-35 MPG) recently built with under 3k miles and ready for long cruises. The transmission and brakes are in great condition. The motor was built by the best mechanic in Los Angeles.
The car has a little over 23k miles.
Kenwood Sound System/ 2 amplifiers / 4X Focal Speakers / 2x Subs (Better Sound)
Porsche Alloy 15 rims (I personally like them)
4X EMPI Disc Brakes (Better Safety)
Adjustable Front End (In case you want to put stock rims on)
Quiet Pack Muffler (Keeps everything Quieter)
12v Alternator (6v generators are obsolete now)
The most important thing I wanted to do was leave the originality of Corrozzeria Ghia's design inside and out of the car, except for the above modifications. These mods could be easily swapped out if wanted to. The car is in overall excellent condition, the trim, the windows, the bumpers, rims, and interior.
The reason for selling this car is because I finished this restoration and have 2 other Ghia projects I am working on.
Asking price 19,999 obo (insured by Hagerty for 33,000)
Car has receipts, upon request.
Featured on new Transformers movie: "Bubblebee" as a car extra. Release December 2018
Form of payments- Cash, cashiers check, no personal checks
Restored in Los Angeles, California. Come take it for a test drive!
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