The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Type 14 was launched in 1955 as a 2+2 coupe with Type 1 Beetle mechanical parts and styling by Luigi Segre of Carrozzeria Ghia plus a coach-built bodywork from Karmann. The Karmann Ghia was cheap and affordable for years, but prices of nice examples have gone up in the past decade or so…but you can still find a good deal like this next one. Find this 1969 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia offered for $5,500 in Fremont, CA via craigslist.
If you’ve been pondering membership in the European classic car scene but are stymied by prices for a decent road worthy specimen, you can’t go wrong with a Karmann Ghia. The Italian penned German engineered 2+2 will whisk you around in style demanding only minor maintenance and attention. As an added bonus, the diverse bloodline […]
In 1961 Volkswagen introduced Der Große Karmann (the Big Karmann) featuring Razor Edge styling on the new Type 3 platform in a package designated Type 34. The stylish coupe was built from 1962-1969 but never imported to the US market. The US continued to get the old Type 14 Ghia, never officially receiving the handsome […]
The Volkswagen Beetle is regularly transformed into an off-road post-apocalypse survival vehicle and jumped over sand dunes, but the pretty-boy Karmann-Ghia version is usually kept on the street and we don’t know why. Break all the rules with this 1974 Karmann-Ghia Baja coupe for sale in Tiflon, GA (not HI as it says in the […]
When this car first hit daily turismo’s radar last week, it was closer to the 10k range – but the listing expired and now its been dropped a few grand and is ripe for picking. The Karmann Ghia was sold from 1955-1974 using VW Beetle Type 1 chassis/engine, styling by Carrozzeria Ghia and built by […]