For sale at Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is this 1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. Painted in Pastel Blue the car is sure to draw attention anywhere it goes. Under the hood lies a rebuilt 1776 CC engine with about 4,000 miles since the rebuild. It is paired to a rebuilt 4 speed manual transmission. The car has received only the best treatment by its current owner and has a list of replaced/upgraded parts that has kept this VW running at its very best on the road. Throughout the past 3 years the car has had a lot of work. To name a few in 2015; new fuel tank sending unit, New Fuse block, Fuses, cleaned up wiring, new driving mirrors, added passenger side mirror, New foam for Driver and Passenger seats, upper and lower ball joints, new steering wheel, front shocks KYB G2, new sway bar bushings, Rear shocks KYB Gas-A-Just and more! In 2016, completely Stripped and repainted, Magnaspark Distributor, coil and wires, new steering damper, cleaned inside of gas tank and sealed with Red Kote, new master cylinder, new stock exhaust, replaced axle seals, replaced inner/outer spring plate bushings, and more! In 2017 it received a full time electrical fuel pump, replaced engine seal, all new German 5mm Braided fuel lines with new fuel filter, and added 4 cylinder head temperature gauge. Inside is a clean tan vinyl interior. It has bucket seats and an added custom center console for added comfort. The car sits on 15-inch rims with plenty of tread left on the tires. Take a seat behind the wheel and let this beautifully styled Volkswagen take you anywhere you want to go. For more information on this 1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia contact our Milwaukee showroom at (262) 891-4253 or email us at Milwaukee@GatewayClassicCars.com and be sure to check out our website with 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at GatewayClassicCars.com
To capitalize on the Beetles popularity, Volkswagen introduced the sporty Karmann Ghia at the 1953 Paris Auto Show. With a rear-mounted 4 cylinder and many of the Beetles proven mechanicals, the car was economical and durable. The real attraction was the style of the bodywork by the Italian outfit, Ghia, and the renowned coachwork of Karmann. The unique styling turns heads today. With easy to find parts and a massive community, these vehicles are growing in popularity every day.GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very nice 1970 Karmann Ghia for your consideration. Finished in what appears to be Willow Green, this Ghia is in wonderful shape. The body is very nice overall, with no major dents or dings and excellent chrome trim. The car rides on steel wheels with beauty dish that look charming. The car also features dual exhausts and dual mirrors. The black vinyl interior is very simple and nice, with quality seats, crack free dash, aftermarket radio, custom steering wheel, and unique shift knob. This car has been with its current owner for the last 27 years were it has been treated to selective restoration as needed. A wonderful drive with a cool color pallet, this car is sure to please. To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Convertible The first Karmann-Ghia was introduced in Europe in 1955 and arrived in America as a coupe in 1956. The convertible soon followed in 1958. It cost $300 to $400 more than the coupe, but was sportier to convertible-loving Americans, for whom it initially was built. The slick little car was sold through 1974. Sales totaled an impressive 387,975 cars. And it could have lasted several years longer, except that the Karmann coach works of West Germany needed more space to build Volkswagens new Scirocco coupe, which lacked the Karmann-Ghias flair. This Deep Blue Ghia for consignments showing signs of needing some TLC. Patina paint, interior surfaces, and engine compartment. Parts are absent in some areas (door panels) and some sag is present on the headliner of the convertible top. The car runs nicely and shifts smoothly. Exterior This is a repaint in a Deep Blue covering the original Olympic Blue poly. Paint is in good condition but with some dirt inclusions underneath the repaint. All chrome, and brite work is in good condition. The dual chromed moldings below the belt line are original and in good condition. Wide white sidewall tires are all around. US specified all red large taillights and wrap around turn signals sit above nicely rounded bumpers. We were unable to put the top down. Interior Black vinyl buckets appear in good condition. No rips or tears. The wood dash with all original gauges, is fronted by the original steering wheel. A typical VW shift lever is between the buckets. A small rear seat is available and flips down for extra space. Headliner on the convertible top is sagging. A panel on the passenger door is missing. Door handles stick sometimes and are in need of lubrication. Drivetrain What appears to be an original engine configuration is nestled into the rear of the car. Patina is seen as well as rust around the battery area. The car starts, but runs a bit rough, which may be from sitting unused for a while. Undercarriage Surface rust, and invasive rust spots, particularly in the front portion of the undercarriage in front of the floorpans is seen. Otherwise undercarriage is unremarkable. Unfortunately, not a lot is known about any history, or actual issues other than what can be visualized with regards to this car. This writer has tried his best to be honest, and forthright as to what is seen and experienced while driving this car. Make a trek to Classic Auto Mall and check it out for those interested.
1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. -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
1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. This car is immaculate condition I am the third owner and bought in an estate sale in California, I had it shipped in an enclosed transport to South Florida. If you are looking for an original Karmann Ghia for a reasonable price - this is a winner. The car in mostly stock, I have the original service records, and manuals when it was purchased and serviced in San Francisco. I bought the car three years ago and spent over $3,000 getting serviced and tuned. The car had been sitting for a while and needed new break lines, new clutch, fuel pump, new brakes (changed drums to disc brakes in the rear), new rear engine main seal, new push rods (receipts available). The car has no rust, the paint is in great shape although it does have some small scratched and dings. Some of the items I have added to the include: 1. I added blinds to the car which I ordered from a shop in London. 2. The car mats were custom made with Wolfsburg logo. 3. New VW nose emblem. 4. Bamboo tray for the interior. 5. New wheels and tires (wheels 5.5 in rear and 4.5 in front). Tires are 165/80/R15 The car is truly a beauty I am selling it because I am buying another car and I only have room for one car in my garage. The car is used only on the weekends to go to car shows and events. Its won various local car show awards including 1st Place at Volksblast 2016 in the Stock Karmann Ghia division. -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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1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Roadster. Fair weather cruiser ... no top. Body-off restoration, Ford 2.3 engine, Porsche 914 wheels, body has been reinforced for strength and rigidity. Other body modifications include fiberglass tonneau cover, custom front end, exposed engine with custom surround. Recent transmission overhaul, complete new wiring with custom fuse/relay panel. New interior with smooth dash and full set of VDO gauges. Carpeted storage area behind seats. This car has oversize front sway bar and coilover shocks in rear, 205/60 tires on back and 145/65 in front. The chassis is well balanced for a smooth and stable ride ,very comfortable and fun to drive. Approx. 3000 miles since rebuild. -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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Price Drop! 1970. Great car! 2nd owner. The car has been in Nevada for 20 years and has lived in the garage the whole time. I have service records for the past 20 years that I've owned it. And some of the service records from the previous owner. The engine was rebuilt about 20 years ago and I have only put 60k miles on it since. Alpine radio/cd player and Alpine speakers. Starts and runs well. Needs some new tires, cosmetic work; some rubber seals, some rust and Bondo.