• I'm digging the fiberglass "soft" top, especially with the glass panel. This car is expensive, given the needs, but it's an uncommon body style in the VW buggy world. It's more curvy and rounded than a Manx.

    What this needs is a restoration heavy on chrome and metal flake. I envision a bass boat paint job (green body, silver roof), silver sparkle upholstery and matching steering wheel, and chromed wheels with baby moon hubcaps. No mention of motor displacement. It needs a 1776 with a chrome stinger exhaust.

    I'm glad it's 500 miles away from me and double what I would want to pay, because it's really tempting.

  • The fit and fill of the side pods is off, but I love the unique lines of the body. The top? Not so much, but it definitely fits the period.

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