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Last updated: 09/21/99
dean@vdubn.com

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1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Project (Sold)
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Price: $1400.00 OBO
A little more about the car:
This car comes with a lot of good stuff.  I wish I could finish it, but we are going to be adopting a baby in the next year, so I have to save some money.  Look at the following list of stuff that comes with the car:

  • 2 Adjustable front ends (the one in the car is a select-A-drop, the spare is a new front end with better/safer adjusters
  • The back seat
  • Top mechanism that includes the crank handle and the latch mechanism (it works too!)
  • A spare 1965 Karmann Ghia Coupe parts car
  • Almost pristine bumpers, see the pictures below.
  • At least 5 crates of parts from before the car was stripped
  • Rearview mirror, with two dome lights (one spare)

The car doesn't have the front seats, and has surface rust over most of it due the the PO stripping the car and leaving it in the rain.  The front end is really straight, but someone grafted a new nose about half way through the wheel wells (the hood opening lines up perfectly).  The rocker panels are free of rust, I just loosened all of the body bolts to see if any were seized, and didn't break one.

Look at the following pictures and send me an email if you are interested.  The title is not salvaged, and is clear.

More Pictures (click on the picture to see a larger version):

  • Pictures of the bumpers
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  • Picture of the grafted on front end (check out the rust hole, and those sweet wheels, just kidding)
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  • Picture of how we found the car
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  • Picture of the hole in the pan
    Rusty Pan
  • Picture of the rust in the rear quarter panel
    Quarter Panel Rust