Volkswagen Rear Wheel Drive In Utah For Sale

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1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
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  • coupe 83,005
  • 16,000 high price
  • Spanish Fork, UT
  • 1 month
  • cars.com
  • coupe 83,005 gasoline manual
The engine was rebuilt in 1994 and still running strong. I have done the seat frames and countless other parts in powder coat finishes, including the engine tin and fan shroud
16,000 Spanish Fork, UTSpanish Fork, UT 1 month at cars.com
1978 Volkswagen Beetle convertible White Gasoline manual
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  • convertible 435
  • 3,916 below average
  • 5,900 great
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • 2 months
  • ksl.com
  • 3,916 below average convertible 435 gasoline white manual
This beetle does excellent in the snow with the rear placement of the engine and RWD. Exterior needs a little TLC but she still has the original interior with a custom Kenwood stereo 6 CD changer. Fuel economy is excellent (29 MPG avg.) It is an awesome vehicle that deserves a good home CD Changer
5,900 Salt Lake City, UTSalt Lake City, UT 2 months at ksl.com
1968 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
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  • 123
  • 3,936 below average
  • 2,500 great
  • Logan, UT
  • 5 months
  • ksl.com
  • 3,936 below average 123 gasoline manual
1968 would need lots of work. Note: last picture is not what it looks like but what the potential of what it could look like.
2,500 Logan, UTLogan, UT 5 months at ksl.com
1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
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  • 16,000 high price
  • Spanish Fork, UT
  • 5 months
  • classifiedads.com
  • gasoline manual
1967 volkswagen karmann ghia for sale in spanish fork, utah 84660 i’ve always loved karmann ghias and always had the goal of owning one. My dad found this car in a classified ad in spring of 1993 while on a business trip in arizona. The car was located in chandler, az and my dad went and had a look. After passing his litmus test i traveled with him the following week to chandler and had a look for myself. I loved what i saw and immediately struck a deal. The car stayed in the san jose area until 1981 when he sent his daughter off to asu in tempe, az in his old ’67 ghia. She was so sad to see it go and made me promise to take great care of her dad’s ghia. I have lived up to that promise and have done a ground up restoration starting in 2004 when i had the financial means to put into the car. I was living in tucson, az and worked a side job to get the extra cash for the project. The car was originally cherry red and was badly oxidized. Over the years i buffed the cloudy oxidation off the paint but it would always return. I had rubbed all the way through to the primer in some places on the car. I also elected to replace the original red color and paint the car blue; which happens to be my favorite color. The painter couldn’t match a volkswagen paint code for bernina blue to his paint product and none of the swatches he had caught my eye. I went looking for a paint color and found myself at a dodge dealership and fell in love with the pacific blue pearl color, which happened to be a full size truck color. My body guy thought i was crazy and told me it wouldn’t look right, but agreed to go ahead with it nevertheless. As it turned out the color fit the car very well and i have received numerous compliments on the color when i get around town in the car or show it at car shows. The first idea about changing the color came while following a restoration on a 1959 ghia convertible, done by west coast classic restoration in southern california. As i explained i couldn’t get the bernina blue, but i did buy the #107 blue square weave wool carpeting from lenny and installed it myself. I liked the idea of blue interior but with small kids i couldn’t see going with the level of interior found in the ’59 convertible. So i purchased a tmi kit with matching blue/white door panels and off white perforated headliner. I had the front seat covers and headliner professionally installed and could not be happier with the results. I did the teardown on the car and i have done all the reassembly work as well. I have had the bumpers and chrome on the car re-chromed. I sent the fasteners, bolts, washers and such off to be re-plated. I have done the seat frames and countless other parts in powder coat finishes, including the engine tin and fan shroud. I have completely rewired the car. The exhaust was ceramic coated; it is an s&s header and single pack muffler that sounds great too. The engine was rebuilt in 1994 and still running strong. It is a 1641cc with hydraulic lifters, dual 34 ict weber carbs. Otherwise pretty stock. I have enjoyed the car and writing this has bought back many great memories i spent on the car and at car shows i have taken it to with my family. Quickbye. Com support@quickbye. Com 308-229-4266.
16,000 Spanish Fork, UTSpanish Fork, UT 5 months at classifiedads.com
1971 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
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  • 72,585
  • Orem, UT
  • 5 months
  • ebay.com
  • 72,585 gasoline manual
But at this point all of that is kind of just extra, because I'm getting down close to the value of just the glass, seats, engine and . Other than that, the rocker panels, rear quarters and the passenger side floor boards have some rust but all-in-all its in pretty good condition for its age. The drivers side door looks as if it was over extended at some point and made contact with the front fender
Orem, UTOrem, UT 5 months at ebay.com
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  • coupe 85,529
  • 7,287 below average
  • 3,000 great
  • Marysvale, UT
  • 2 months
  • ksl.com
  • 7,287 below average coupe 85,529 gasoline yellow manual
1972 runs great!, new tires , new wpiiers, clear title , one owner! Could make a good just driving back & forth to work or school car, could make a good first car for someone, or a present !
3,000 Marysvale, UTMarysvale, UT 2 months at ksl.com