Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is please to present this 1964
Volkswagen Dune Buggy. The Dune Buggy craze of the 1960s represents
an extremely fun page in automotive history. Founded in Southern
California by Bruce Meyer who worked as an artist, engineer,
surfer, and boat builder, he came up with the idea for building fun
and interesting looking fiberglass bodies that could be retro
fitted onto an existing Volkswagen Beetle chassis with a ready to
roll drive train. These dune buggies proved to be very useful for
handling to terrain of sand dunes, desserts, and beaches alike. The
popularity of the Dune Buggy was also seen in pop culture, being
featured in popular movies, cartoons, TV shows and even getting a
few Matchbox castings and car for Barbie! Our featured Dune Buggy
sits on a 1964 Volkswagen chassis. The car is powered by a 1600
cubic centimeter air cooler 4-cylinder engine linked to a 4-speed
manual transmission. The car finished in a stunning meter flake
orange paint job that is reminiscent of a piece of candy. Appointed
inside the buggy you will pure white vinyl seats with matching
orange piping and a diamond pattern stitch. You will also find a
lovely white steering wheel with slotted chrome plated 3-spoke
design. Setting off the beautiful orange paint job are chrome
smoothie rims with black wall tires, a chrome platted roll bar and
enough room for 4 passengers. Take a spin or hit the beach in a
stunning piece of merrymaking automotive fun with this 1964 VW Dune
Buggy, available from Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee! Hang Ten!
1964 Volkswagen Dune Buggy
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