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  • For Sale Volkswagen Beetle 1966

    1200cc

    LIGHT FAWN COLOUR

    REGO UNTIL 18th NOVEMBER 2011

    CONVERTED TO RUN ON UNLEADED PETROL

    CONVERTED TO 12 VOLT ELECTRICS

    NEW PISTONS AND BARRELS

    NEW TYRES

    NEW BATTERY

    TOW BAR

    SOME SPARES

    VERY GOOD CONDITION AND WOULD MAKE AN EXCELLENT RESTORATION PROJECT

    $4,250.00

    THE PERSONAL PLATES ARE NOT INCLUDED

    LOCATED IN MANDURAH WA 6210

    0404 626 718

    MAY CONSIDER A SWAP/TRADE - TWO BIKE TRAILER - MX CLOTHING (FAT SIZE) - REGISTERED ENDURO BIKE - PRADO ARB BULLBAR - OPEN TO OFFERS:o
    Attached Files

  • #2
    sweet ^_^ ... got any more pictures mate? interior etc?

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    • #3
      Hi

      I don't but I can take a pic of whatever you want to see - just let me know

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      • #4
        VW's love them too bits.......good luck with the sale............................................

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        • #5
          bump bump

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          • #6
            Hey there Bob... Did you see the ARB bar on eBay for sale. Also comes with an X9 winch installed. $1500. Not mine and I have no association, but seems like a good buy.

            Don't want a set of Rock Sliders for your 120 Series do you?? Brand spankers in powder coated white...

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            • #7
              Awesome. Beetle was my 2nd car back in the day. She got any rust in her ?


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              The propeller is just a big fan in the front of the plane to keep the pilot cool. Want proof? Make it stop; then watch the pilot break out into a sweat

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Squawk_Ident View Post
                Awesome. Beetle was my 2nd car back in the day. She got any rust in her ?


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                Very little, she's in amazing condition considering her age

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                • #9
                  up, up, up

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                  • #10
                    thread needs more pics
                    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pale_Blue_Dot

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                    • #11
                      just out of curiousity.. can this do fwy speeds?

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                      • #12
                        Awesome little cars, I had a 1974 Beetle, these things run forever... It maxed out at 140KPH, with a 1600cc engine but I believe the 1200 will quite happily sit on the freeway.
                        Trying to think of a wise and sincere signature quote, but the only words that leap to mind are, "TITTY SPRINKLES"

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by FEARLEZ5 View Post
                          just out of curiousity.. can this do fwy speeds?
                          My old man had a beetle in the 60's. Cruising speed was its top speed.... about 85mph!!!!

                          [that was in the days before a 110kmh state limit.....]

                          I remember one of his mates had a triumph bonneville and he'd take it for a blast on the Northam-york road every now and again.... just to blow out the cobwebs, he wore protective clothing.... a flannel shirt, jeans and a pair of goggles! The beetle doing about 80 and he'd roar past with his chin resting on the speedo. As a twelve year-old, I thought he was a legend.... those were the days!
                          peter600
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                          Last edited by peter600; 23-06-2011, 12:18 AM.
                          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pale_Blue_Dot

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                          • #14
                            They are just amazing how they run and run with very simple, ongoing maintenance

                            My first one was a '67 model bought in the late 70's - it taught me a lot about driving and maintenance

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