Super Groovy 1969 Volkswagen Beetle
A Counter Culture Icon Turned Serious Collectible.
Strong running 1600 cc ready for car shows or commuting. Rare Auto Stick functions correctly without any issues. West Coast Body is straight with no Rust or Rot. Minor Damage to one of the running boards. Have Lots more pictures just ask! Factory correct upholstery is in terrific shape. Recently replaced Carpet kit and headliner. Repaint is decent but not show quality. No signs of previous accident damage. I took a detailed video of the Bug please ask for the link. I can broker this transport anywhere in the world and will not charge a fee. I provide World Class customer service example I recently transported a vehicle to Sacramento to meet a truck heading for the East Coast. The floors are solid and the panels all appear original to the car. Please call me with any questions or concerns. International brokers and buyers are welcome to join the fun. It's cheaper to send a vehicle to Europe than it is to NYC. I can send vehicles to all 50 states including Alaska and Hawaii. Internationally I have sent to Russia, Germany, England, Holland, UAE, Chile, Australia and more. I am out there hunting cars everyday so you don't have to. I love vintage Volkswagens and have personally owned a couple of dozen. I pride myself on accurate descriptions and am happy to share the good, bad, and ugly. Thanks for looking at my Beetle and feel free to call me anytime. This car is available for inspection at my warehouse in Anderson California 96007.
"Every Silver Lining's Got a Touch of Grey"
-Jerome J. Garcia / Robert C. Hunter
Back-seat boredom prompted spread of the punching pastime
After buying her car in December 1966, owner put on more than 350,000 miles before it was brought back to better-than-new condition
Should it sell, it would be the most expensive Beetle ever
Venerable Volkswagen Beetle and her even-older owner entered yet again in British rally
The automotive guest on this episode isn’t about speed or performance. It’s just fun
But might it return, and next time plugged into electric power?
The all-original two-owner Beetle looks to be in remarkable condition