1972 Karmann Ghia, 77K on rust-free, life-long Texas surviver. Just traded in from 78 year old gentleman that was having trouble getting in and out. Rock solid dry floors. Recent Porsche Red finish done in base coat/clear coat. New black top with rare glass rear window. All glass is tinted and excellent condition. Totally straight body. Like-new interior with true leather Recaro seats. New carpet front and rear, great clean and not cracked dash. Expensive steering wheel. Seat belts new, matching door panels. Very attractive colors: red and tan interior and new black top and like-new boot cover. Like-new Porsche wheels and Porsche center caps with nice radials. New shocks, full bumpers and color keyed to the body. Recent rebuilt VW motor with many upgrades. Dual carburetors with high performance intakes and high performance exhaust headers. Also new high performance mufflers and sounds just right. Tight and smooth 4-speed (with expensive shifter). Excellent clutch and brakes. Turnkey, ready to drive, show off, go to shows and/or cruise in style. "The VW Karmann Ghia is a stylish , affordable collector car that is appreciating rapidly and is inexpensive to run and maintain." Quote from Road and Track articles. Great quality and value. $14,950. Bob 1-866-641-7427, WE OFFER OUR OWN NATIONWIDE SHIPPING AT A MUCH BETTER RATE! "WE MAKE IT EASY" View our entire inventory online: Classic442.com . Please Call for availability.
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.
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