New Panama Beige paint, 1835 rebuilt engine, great condition

Price: US $10,000.00 Item location: San Diego, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Volkswagen
  • Model: Beetle - Classic
  • Trim: Classic Coupe - 2 door
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 25,510
  • Color: Panama Beige
  • Engine size: Rebuilt 1835
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
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1964 Volkswagen Beetle - Classic

1964 VW Bug

Body Work:

·Removed windows, doors, both deck lids, and fenders

·Removed all of the interior and dash components

·Treated interior with rust proofing paint

·Painted car with base and separate clear coat (2 stage), Panama Beige (L572)

·Replaced all 4 fenders

·New front window

·New chrome trim

·New running boards

·New bumpers and bumper brackets

·Powder coated wheels with new trim rings and hubcaps

·New window rubber with chrome trim (all 4 windows)

·New tires

·New windshield wiper arms and blades

Engine: 1835 Rebuilt:

·New shrouds

·New Empi dual 34 EPC carbs

·New ignition, wires, plugs

·New fuel pump

·New Bosch coil

·New engine mounts

·New transmission mounts


·New steering wheel

·New seat covers (TMI)

·New horse hair seat pads (like original)

·Rebuilt foot pedals (awesome!)

·New headliner

·New glove box

·New “OS” bar

·New door panels

·New rubber floor mats (like original, much better than carpet)

Suspension/Brakes/Exterior Lights:

·2 ½’’ drop spindles front (big job, done right)

·New shocks

·Rebuilt front beam and aligned at Clarence Brown Alignment

·All new parts for brakes: drums, shoes, wheel cylinders, stainless steel brake hoses

·Converted master cylinder from 1 to 2 stage (not easy)

·New headlights, deleted front fender turn signals to headlights (amber)

·New rear light covers

·New door handles (expensive)

Work Needed:

·Oil leak from engine (not bad)

·Remount oil overpressure box (easy job)

·Troubleshoot windshield wipers (they were working before radio was installed)

·Relocate brake fluid reservoir (installed on master cylinder, works fine just hard to refill/access)

·Heat exchangers on engine are in good shape but if you want heaters to work the hoses and cables will have to be hooked up