Museum Ready? 1974 Volkswagen Beetle

The Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle didn’t change much during its 65 years of production (21 million models built!) but in 1974 it was fitted with huge 5mph impact bumpers for the USA market.  Truth be told, I’m not sure exactly how much a “car show ready” VW Bug is worth on the open market, but this next one looks like a reasonable deal compared to the price of those other aircooled classics. Find this 1974 Volkswagen Beetle offered for $8999 in Lake Forest, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

 1974 Volkswagen Beetle Bug 

condition: like new 

cylinders: 4 cylinders 

fuel: gas 

odometer: 35000 

size: compact 

title status: clean 

transmission: manual 

type: hatchback 


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I put on sale my fabulous volkswagen 1974 beetle car, it is a car made in Germany, imported to the United States.

Clean title.


Engine stock, has never been open since they did in Germany.

Electronic start.

Original seats.

Original carpet.

New battery

New wheels.

New spark plugs.

New oil

New air filter.

New spark plug wires.

Energy distributor is new. *New shocks absorbers. * New Breaks. 

The carburetor was replaced because after many, many years of not using the car it was covered with residues.

I have the original radio included.

The car looks great, looks classic, elegant and stylish. Every time I go out on the bug people look and are surprised to see something unparalleled in the streets. I can say that it is a unique car, in unbeatable conditions.Honestly, it could be an exhibition car or a museum car.

See a better way to drive something in good shape?