1969 Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia for sale 100965710
1969 Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia
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1969 Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia


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Springfield, OR 97478

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Classic Car Overview

Selling my 1969 Karmann Ghia. Unknown how many previous owners. I have done quite a bit of work to this vehicle, it is road worthy. I bought it 3 years ago from a gentleman in eastern Oregon. Since then I have only put several hundred miles on it, even less on all of the upgrades.
It came with an 1835 cc motor, I replaced the dual carbs with dual Weber IDF 40's, added a crankcase breather. The compression check came out good. Otherwise motor is how I bought it.
Now for the good stuff: 
I replaced the entire brake system from top to bottom: master cylinder, wheel cylinders, brake lines etc.
New wheel bearings
Rebuilt transmission ordered from rancho, 1971 version to accommodate the better clutch/wheel combo which was also replaced with a kennedy clutch (180mm I believe)
New shocks all the way around.
New Pro-built adjustable front beam with drop spindles from airkewld.com 
Aftermarket oil cooler
Scat shifter
Brand new rims and tires
Weather stripping is in pretty good shape.
Paint is good but not show quality, very little rust.

The not so good: main engine seal has a VERY slow leak. The steering has a sticky point but that might be fixed before sale.  Could be an alignment issue.  The car is LOW and may need to have the drop spindles replaced with regulars.

Im sure I'm forgetting something. I have more into this car then I am asking. Selling because I am too busy to drive it and work on it, and I'd rather have the money for farm projects. It has always been garaged and I just had it detailed. Please no low ballers, all reasonable offers considered. Im not in a hurry to sell.

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    4 Cylinder
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    4 Speed Manual
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