1967 Volkswagen Bug/Beetle

1967 Volkswagen Beetle - Classic VW Bug

Make: Volkswagen
Model: Beetle - Classic
SubModel: 2 Door
Type: Coupe
Trim: VW Bug
Year: 1967
Mileage: 90,624
VIN: 117603280
Color: Yellow
Engine: 4 Cylinder Air Cooled
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD-Rear Transaxle
Interior color: Red, white and Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lomita, California, United States

Description for Volkswagen Beetle - Classic 1967

The 1967 Volkswagen Bug
Hello, My name is Al Rivera. I am a licensed broker and I have been hired by the family to sell this car . In fact, I have been hired to sell two Volkswagen Bugs and I have put them both on ebay for sale, at the same time, The owner had several classic cars in his estate, of which, they have been sold, but here are two Volkswagens, that he never got around to restoring, and were put into a family trust. They had been sitting in the back of his warehouse for some time. There is NO RESERVE ON EITHER AUCTION, as requested by the family.
Up for this auction is a 1967 Volkswagen Bug/Beetle. I have taken the pictures of the Bug with my digital camera, and the pictures have not been manipulated or photo shopped for this auction.
We found both VW Bugs dirty and not running. We brought them to an area where we could work on them. The '67 looks like a patchy yelllow, with chromed running boards. We had this bug cleaned inside and out. We did not do any body work of any kind, what you see is what you are getting. We cleaned and adjusted the brakes, we cleaned out the fuel tank, We completed an oil change and put in a new battery and got the engine running. The bug starts, steers and stops. We got the lights working, so that's a plus. We do not know if the 90,624 miles listed on the odometer are really the original miles or not. The engine does start up, and seems to run pretty well. We do not know if this is the original engine that came with the Bug or a replacement. The paint is old and patchy, the interior is there, each seat is a different color, and showing it's age. It seems to me that most everything you need to fix up a bug is there, and that's the fun part. To try and find a good solid bug that you can work on and slowly restore and get back to a full functioning car. I guess you might say rare southern California VW Bugs!
We can't tell if the collector bought these cars in this condition, or he tried to work on them, hard to say. We have no history, no paperwork, but we do have the titles to both cars.Take a look at the pictures and it can kind of tell you what you are looking at. Some surface rust noted, the battery tray shows corrosion from battery acid over the years, but it seems like all the parts are there, so that you can make a nice bug of your own. This just might be your next hobby. Take a look and see if this is something that you would like to have and build into what you want. Offers are welcomed and can end the auction early.
Now! How to get this 1967 VW Bug, in your Driveway!: The Terms
The 1967 Volkswagen Bus/Beetle, is being sold in "as is" condition. There are no warranties or guarantees of any kind or are implied. There are no returns, exchanges or refunds, allowed. This vehicle is being listed on other venues and can be sold immediately, which means, we reserve the right to terminate this auction at will, at anytime with no explanation. In order to bid in this auction, you must have a working Pay Pal Account.You must have more than (10) ten positive feedback's listed on your ebay account. If you do not, and you want to make a bid, you will have to email us and ask permission, otherwise we will remove your bid from the auction. You can present an offer anytime during the auction and can be brought to the attention of the seller for consideration. We are supporters of the ebay process, along with their rules and regulations.We EXPECT A $1,000.00 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT THROUGH PAY PAL WITH IN 24 HOURS OF AUCTION ENDING. WE REQUIRE FULL PAYMENT OF BALANCE OWING WITH IN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION ENDING. Payment can be made by using a cashiers check or the best way is by Bank Direct Wire. If you need advice on shipping, we are able to help you locate a shipping broker for you. You are to contact Al by phone directly at auction end, to make all financial and shipping arrangements at 1-213-400-6066. I have described the 1967 VW Bug, to the best of my ability.It is extremely important that you read this auction, completely and in it's entirety, as to make sure there are no misunderstanding, what so ever. At the same time, we encourage questions during the auction period so that you have no doubt in your mind of the purchase you are making. The ebay auction bidding is considered a contract. That means that you have the money to buy the vehicle and that you agree to all the terms and descriptions that have been explained and presented in this auction. I want to remind you, that ebay asks you two times before you make a bid in the auction and that you are sure you want to bid and that your bid amount is correct before clicking the bid button. Remember! WE ARE NOT FORCING YOU TO "CLICK" ON THE "BID" BUTTON, YOU ARE DOING IT ON YOUR OWN, WHICH MAKES YOU RESPONSIBLE TO PAY FOR IT