1968 Meyers Manx Dune Buggy - Authenticated and Restored

1968 Volkswagen Beetle - Classic Meyers Manx Dune Buggy

Condition: Used
Make: Volkswagen
Model: Beetle - Classic
Type: Convertible
Trim: Meyers Manx Dune Buggy
Year: 1968
Mileage: 100
VIN: 118744375
Color: Orange
Engine: VW 1600 Dual Port - Air Cooled
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Orlando, Florida, United States
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1968 Meyers Manx Dune Buggy - Restored in 2018. Titled in Florida as a 1968 Beetle.
Authenticated by Bruce and Winnie Meyers:
The serial number tag indicates the following;
M1769D826S
M = Manx
1769 = number in production = 1,769th Manx produced
D = month of production = April
8 = year of production = 1968
26S = original gel-coat color code = Royal Blue
Bruce Meyers is the Inventor of the Fiberglass Dune Buggy. He even ran the Baja 1000 in a Manx. Hundreds of thousands of copies of this car were made. This is one of the Very Few Authenticated Survivors. (Serial Numbers, Registry Plates and Paperwork as Proof)
Concourse Restorations of a 1960's Meyers Manx have been Selling for over 60K. New builds are going for around 40-50,000. This is a Really Nice Restoration, Located in Orlando, Florida USA.
The Chassis is a 1968 Volkswagen Beetle, Shortened 14.5", POR-15 Rust Proofed and Rhino Lined. a Refreshed 1600cc Dual Port Bug Engine and the Original 4-Speed Bug Transaxle.
14x5" VW Bus Rims up front with Custom Widened 15x8" VW Bug Rims In Back. New Paint and Chrome Caps All Around. Tires are a Matching Set of New General Grabber A/T2's.
The Interior is All New. Race Trim Seats with Sliders, New Windshield, New VDO Classic Gauges, New Chrome Hot Rod Style Tilt Steering Column with New Wood/Chrome Wheel, New Custom Shifter is a "Black Mamba" with a Tight Shift Pattern and a Cool Reverse Lockout.
Over a Years Work done by Local Orlando Professionals... New Paint, New Wiring, New Lights, New Battery, New Wheels & Tires, New Brakes, New Shocks, New Clutch, New Gas Tank and Lines, All New Interior, the list goes on and on.
Look for the story of the Meyers Manx on YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eNjWdjvaZIc "This Car Matters"