Pair of VW’s for One Low Price!

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I find myself constantly thinking that VW’s are the bargains of the collector car world. Here are two apparently really nice collectable cars for $10,000 for both! They are located in Cloverdale, California and are offered here on craigslist. Kudos to Robert R for this find and I wish I were in California to go look at them tonight! The 1963 Bug is described as a daily driver, newer 1600 dual port engine, new tires on EMPI or lookalike wheels and looks great in the pictures. The 1972 Ghia is a little rougher on the inside but still has a newish 1600 dual port engine with oil cooler and a new clutch. Parts are available everywhere and who wouldn’t smile when they see either one of these going by on the road. Use the two of them as your daily driver fleet and you’ve licked depreciation and are having economical fun to boot. Interested?


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  1. RN

    Nice cars but I would rather spend my 10K on a different car. I don’t see 5K per car. Maybe 3K and 4K.

  2. jim s

    i cannot tell from the photo if the add-on gauges are VDO. both cars look worn out but are still interesting. i like the motors with dual port and alt. do the PI and make an offer. great finds.

  3. Rich

    Well that “63” is either on a 1967 or later floorpan so needs to be registered as a later car, or someone’s fitted adapters to put 4 bolt wheels on it. Pretty unlikely.

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