Single family ownership (only 2 drivers):Includes original bill of sale (Bob Smith VW-Hollywood, CA), license plate, 25 years of maintenance records; driven as second vehicle since 1980sRebuilt engine (current 38,239 miles) 12 Volt conversion. Recent double plated hub caps and fenders. Body in good shape, but rear boot needing some work. Always in an enclosed protected space. Items were replaced with regular maintenance: Wiper motor and switch, dome light and bulb, batteries, tires, compartment seal and fire wall kit, fuel line, muffler and valve adjustment, oil change, filters, hoses, lubricate. Same mechanic maintenance since 1991 still in business and available for comment. This car is ready to drive, or for the collector here you go! Clear Georgia TitleAdvanced Imports is working with the owner to sell the VW and is the regular maintenance mechanic for the VW.
After years of being regarded as disposable, the vintage VW Beetle is now gaining ground as a legitimate collector vehicle. Early models like this 1964 Volkswagen Beetle coupe seem to command a premium, offering the original VW experience with a healthy dose of nostalgia. Refinished several years ago, with a tidy interior and a cool slightly custom look, this lovely little Bug is a wonderful way to enjoy the greatest hobby on earth without a huge up-front investment. Nobody said that having fun in an old car has to be expensive, right? Finished in brilliant orange, this bright little Beetle is perhaps the worlds most recognizable car. The paint and bodywork have been done to proper standards; not over-restored, but rather about what youd get if you walked into a VW dealership in 1964 and took it home. Assembly quality was quite good, and the stories about Beetles being so tight they can float turned out not to be 100% true, but they do fit together quite well. Door gaps are flush, the hood fits snugly and doesnt wiggle out on the road, and the rear deck lid follows the bodys contours precisely. Only one or two small areas on the drivers front fender and door give away the age of the restoration, but overall the car presents quite well with undeniable appeal. The simple bumpers, big headlights, and little horn grills all make the front end look as friendly as ever, and while the emblems have been shaved, do you really need name plates to know what this is? For a low-priced car, the VW designers certainly gave the interior an upscale look. Materials and workmanship are extremely high quality throughout, and while accommodations are cozy, Bugs are always bright and airy inside. Beautifully fitted cream-colored seat covers, tightly knit carpets, and crisply rendered door panels make is a pleasure to be behind the wheel. And speaking of the steering wheel, it is as neat 3-spoke unit that frames the simple instrument panel, which consists of a speedometer and separate fuel gauge, which is unique to early cars. Other notable details include the accessory cup holder, seat belts (which were still optional in 1964), and heavy duty floor mats. The forward-mounted trunk offers decent storage space as well as a full-sized spare with correct remote inflation hose and jack assembly. Beetles will take you anywhere you need to go, as long as you have the time. The upgraded 1600 cc flat-four makes modest horsepower, but as everyone knows, theyre completely indestructible and reasonably peppy around town. This one has been freshly rebuilt and shows only slight signs of use. It starts easily with that characteristic VW whistling exhaust note and youll probably see that driving it feels familiar after only a few miles. The carburetor wears a correct oil bath air cleaner and not some aftermarket piece, the big generator has been converted to 12 volts, and, and the ignition components are recent. The underbody is driver-grade, the brakes are rebuilt, the clutch is new, and it rides on a newer set of cool Halibrand-style wheels with new radials wrapped around them. This high-impact Beetle is welcome at almost any vintage event, and it always puts a smile on the faces of the driver and passers-by alike, all for a very reasonable price. Call today!
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys Amelia Island event, 8 - 9 March 2019. Estimate:$15,000 - $20,000 Rare and desirable factory sunroofFresh ground-up restorationFinished in Sea Blue and upgraded with a leather interiorThe most recognizable automotive design of the 20th century The brilliant design of the Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle was the essence of practicality. The platform backbone frame was simple to build and adaptable. The rear-mounted engine left the entire space between the wheels free of obstructions and mated directly to the transaxle which eliminated the driveshaft. Trailing arm independent front suspension with transverse torsion bar springs imposed little upon the internal volume, and the swing axle rear suspension coped well with the typically rough roads of the day. VW preferred an air-cooled engine because it eliminated the whole water-cooling system of pumps, pipes, hoses, and radiators, as well as eliminating the risk of freezing in cold winter climes. From the late 1950s through the early 70s, Beetles sold in the hundreds of thousands in the U.S., peaking at 572,573 in 1970. In 1973, the Beetle surpassed the Model T s 21-million-unit total production and has continued to add to its margin for a further quarter century.This charming 1964 Beetle, expertly finished in its original color of Sea Blue, was recently treated to a full ground-up, highly detailed restoration, including new floor boards. The air-cooled 1300 engine was rebuilt with all-new accessories, and a set of wide whitewall radial tires enhance the classic Volkswagen styling and add to the safety and drivability of this vintage Beetle. Inside, the interior has been completely restored and upgraded, featuring genuine leather seats and door panels, as well as an OEM-style radio with modern features and digital display. A rare and desirable factory sunroof option makes this Beetle even more special.With hardly any miles on a comprehensive restoration and a with a complement of luxury and mechanical upgrades, this classic Volkswagen is ready to be driven, shown, or simply enjoyed. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/am19.
1964 Volkswagen VW Beetle. This car has a lot of history in the past year. I bought it last January in San Jose California. Its been a Cali car all its life. I bought it and drove it across the country. Broke down along the way actually blew up our motor. But we knew people in Ohio who had another motor so we did a motor swap there and kept going. We got back when the Eagles won the super bowl and Im a huge eagle fan. Anyway, this car has seen almost everything. Its got a lot of new parts. Its seen 4 motors. I actually just put an original year motor in, 1200cc 40 horse motor in. Runs absolutely great with the trans! 35 to 40 mpg believe it or not! Ive taken it about 2 hours away and its done great! Brand new clutch kit installed, leaks a little oil like every VW, has a little rust but nothing major, paint is an older paint job but I just got it detailed and it made the car pop! Rust on front bumper but its not an original bumper so thats why, back bumper is original and in great shape. I have pop out back windows for it, not installed though and they go for about 300 dollars. Interior is in great shape with a couple flaws but nothing that cant be fixed. All around a clean and really fun car to drive around! So many looks and honks from people. Does not come with the roof rack though! If interested in the rack, thatll be another 300 since its an original rack. These cars are getting harder and harder to find especially an nice 1964 bug like this one. Please Note The Following Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.
1964 Volkswagen Beetle VW BUG IN GOOD ORIGINAL CONDITION...... I am the second owner...... This is the original color, it was repainted in 1980, it is the original interior with some very old seat covers over it, the dash has not been cut, it never had a radio, heater channels are good, floor pan on front is good, drivers side rear has a split in it but not rusted, pass side rear and battery box were rusted.... patch panel was installed. It is the original engine..... Runs Great...... Starts Easy.....New Carberator, I still have the old one..... New Battery...... New Tires..... New Brake Shoes, Hoses, Wheel Cylinders, Master Cylinder....... I have new carpet, it is not installed...... I have some other new parts, weather strips, chrome exhaust tips and other parts..... I have a folder with most of the cars service records since new. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
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1964 Volkswagen Beetle custom built frame using a Fiero transaxle setup with a 1987 Fiero V6 fuel injected automatic transmission cruise control tilt wheel AM FM CD player is ready and available if you want to hook up the air conditioning at this moment the Heat and defrost to work sunroof does work fine air induction goes down the road straight very fast chopped 5 inches and the drip edge was reintroduced to the upper side of the body most people dont put the drip edge back when they chop a Volkswagen here are some pictures of the inside steering mechanisms I built it back in the late eighties has approximately 15,000 miles on it definitely gets the looks and is a blast to drive.
1964 Volkswagen VW Beetle Great condition. 1600 motor thats been gone threw last year. Paint wasnt the nicest so we took a sander to it and had it Professional clear coated. . New tires new axel boots all brakes and front hubs. Windows tinted last year. Good heat. Radio is under the seat. Get in it and go anywhere. Very solid car.Good floor pans.
1964 Volkswagen VW Custom Beetle 1964 pickup conversion project Vin #5200084 New Trans New axles, axle shafts, new CVs, boots New brakes, brake lines, New disc brakes on front New fuel tank New front tires Nearly new rear tires New fiberglass fenders / hood have a disassembled 1600, it was running fine, leaking out of rear seal. Can be reassembled and ran. Its a project Clean green title
1964 Volkswagen BeetleFinished in Sargasso Green with a Black Vinyl interior, this Beetle showcases the cult classic look enthusiasts have come to love since the Beets inception. With the air-cooled 1,200cc engine powering this beautifully finished bug and a 4-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels, there isnt a more vintage way to express your inner 60s while cruising down the road. The rarity of the sunroof within this car makes it that much more desirable and would be a great addition to anyones driveway.Features: 1,200cc 4-Cylinder Engine with 40hp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Single Carburetor Sunroof Chrome Front and Rear Bumper Over Riders Pee Shooter Exhaust 15" Wheels with Chrome Hub Caps and Beauty Rings Period Correct Engine Spare Tire Won through a radio show contest in 2000 Restoration finished around October 2000 by Vintage Wagon in SeattleFor more information on this classic 1964 Volkswagen Beetle or any of our 100+ High-Performance, Exotic and Special Interest cars always in stock, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or always feel free to drop by our 40,000+ sq ft of Indoor Showrooms in Bellevue, WA - Home of the West Coasts Most Exciting Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, High Performance and Collectible Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!
Full show car restoration and just beautiful!Color is L519 Bahama Blue and the interior is immaculate. The blue cord pattern was sourced in Europe and done by West Coast Classics in California.This Beetle has the pop out rear quarter windows and original Bendix radio.If you want a ready-to-show classic with everything in the right place, this is your VW.This vehicle is located at Atomic Motors Classic Car Sales and Restorations in Henderson, NV just 20 mins from the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. Come down and see us or call at 702-826-3811. We are on-line at www.atomicmotors.net