1970 VOLKSWAGON BEETLE CLASSIC DUNE BUGGY--VW--KIT CAR.

US $5,300.00
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Ebay Description:

This is probably the cutest dune buggy that you can find. It is in near perfect condition. The big expense has already been spent and it is now ready to be enjoyed. NEW TIRES NEW TOP NEW WHEELS 5-LUG CHEVROLET PATTERN NEW EXHAUST NEW REBUILT ENGINE factory rebuilt 1600 cc w/ dress up chrome kit DUAL PORT ENGINE NEW BATTERY NEW GAS TANK ALL LIGHTS IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION The front tires are P185-70-R-14's with copper cobra tires. Rear tires are P275-60-R-15's with copper cobra tires. Both the front and the back tires are new with chrome pacer wheels. The red paint looks to be factory red with custom frames. The interior has no tears or rips. The top is new. It has a 10-gallon aluminum moon gas tank in the back of the bed. The 1600cc VW Dual port motor is a factory rebuilt with a Mexico stamp on the back. It also has a chrome dress up kit on the engine with new exhaust. The engine has just been rebuilt with less than 300 miles on it. The speedometer says 50,158 miles on it. It has a 4-speed VW transmission in it and it does not leak or miss at all. Both the motor and the transmission seem to be in excellent condition. It was told to me that this car was originally bought from the estate of Johnny Foster. Foster had bought this dune buggy along with a Porsche from Paramount Pictures. Both cars had appeared in the movie--"Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo". They are currently trying to find the paperwork that goes with this particular car showing that it was on the movie. However, I do not have it in my presence. Either way, this car is a lot of fun. All the expense has already been spent on this little car and it is now ready for some summer fun. It has already been set up for towing. It would be great to tow behind a motor home. The body is in great shape and now is a perfect time to buy as they are no longer making these.


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