Gulf Livery VW: 1969 Fiberfab Jamaican

The Jamaican was another quasi home-built kit-car from Bud Goodwin’s Fiberfab, makers of the wedgy Aztec, and curvatous Banshee. According to sales literature, the Jamaican used a donor chassis from an Austin-Healey, Triumph TR, MGA or VW to roll its Ferrari-esq shape around. This appears to be built on a Vee-dub chassis, and it looks rad with a vintage Gulf Racing livery paint scheme. Find this 1969 Fiberfab Jamaican in Ormond Beach, FL via fakezbroke meercatplace. Tip from Stan.

From the seller:

1969 Volkswagen fiberfab jamaican
Listed a week ago in Ormond Beach, FL
About this vehicle
Driven 300 miles
Manual transmission
Exterior color: Blue · Interior color: Black
Fuel type: Gasoline
Very good condition
Clean title
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.

Seller’s description
I am selling my Fiberfab Jamaican built on a VW Chassis titled as 1969 Volkswagen. FL Title in my Name!
It has been totally restored some years ago and has a 1915cc VW Engine with Dual Carbs, Electronic Ignition, electric Fuel Pump, a 4-Speed Transmission, 4 Disc Brakes, three-point Seat Belts and certainly all new Steering and Suspension. I installed 3-Piece Gotti Wheels which are in mint condition. The paint and Body is super nice, and the Interior is beautiful and well done.
I have a lot invested and it is built very well. It can use a little tinkering, since it has been sitting for a while.
I am asking $25,000 OBO.
It is located in Ormond Beach, FL

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