1964 Volkswagen Dune Buggy Meyer Manx style

Starting bid: US $5,500
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Funnybug sez:

nice..

Ebay Description:

Here is is guys, the real deal old school Dune Buggy. It is not a Meyer Manx, but it is of that style, but I think this body looks much cooler than the Manx. It is a registered and running 1964 VW Dune Buggy. Its a 64 chassis, motor is a 1970 according to the numbers. Title is clear and is ready to go. It is the old school dune buggy that has the wheelbase shortened by 14 inches. Body was cleaned up and painted orange with old school metalflake and cleared. Bodywork and paint alone is worth at least $2500.00.This paint job really pops out in the sun. It has new wiring, new brakes, new emergency brake, new EPMI shifter, and new seats. Will include the metal bows so a top can be made for it. Have a bar that can be used as a roll bar included. It has a rebuilt carburetor, new tune up, new aluminum valve covers, new headlight switch, and fuse box. Gas gauge works, it is the float type with a cable, it is the manual type. Floor pan is re-done and good. Steering wheel is probably a vintage Grant. Seats are from Jegs. Wheels are Cragar SS 15x10 rear with vintage 12 inch wide M&H Dragmaster slicks on the rear, with 14x7 Cragars on the front. Would really like to keep the rear wheels and tires if the winning bidder wants to run different wheels. Will need some front end work, and there is no charging system. It needs the new generator and regulator for the charging system. Generator kit is about $250.00, easy to wire up. This dune buggy runs and drives good, just needs some TLC. Did not get a chance to put the new carpet in yet. This machine really turns heads where ever it goes, reminds me of an amusement park ride, the kids go crazy over it!! Selling because of too many projects. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Vehicle is for sale locally so I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. Any questions ask. A nice vintage dune buggy.

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