Feel free to request additional photos from me of the complete build.
Up for sale is my Panda. New show quality paint job. Awesome car to cruise or show. Very detailed out. I did the body work and a buddy of mine that owns a shop sprayed it. I built it to sell but went overboard with my original intent. I did everything but the paint. Lots of new parts. Most rust repair was completed prior to me getting it. Built in about 5 months. Floors appear to have been replaced and heater channels I believe. I just cleaned up A lot of the welds. I Por15 the floors, suspension painted and detailed. Fuel tank flushed. Needs an alignment since front suspension parts new. I aligned it myself and it is pretty close. I have a new ball joint that needs installed since the boot tore on the other new on upon install. New axle boots, pressure plate, throw out bearing, front disk brakes, adjusters, appears beam is narrowed but not sure how much. Rear was already lowered as well, not sure how much. New master cylinder, brake lines, battery, starter, new 145 front tires, rear tire 195's newish tread, new running boards, new Porsche repl wheels 15in frt and 17in rear, all new interior, custom carpet, new foam, new wiring harness, new relays, light switch, new trunk carpet. Engine runs great, new carb coil, new 009 dist, I only have about 2 hours drive time on the car just completed this weekend and took it to my first vw meet. Purchased engine from a friend of a friend. Was in a rail buggy from Atlanta so not likely many miles. Engine pulled from the car to put in a Hayabusa engine in. Paint looks awsome, was color sanded and buffed. Some minor flaws. The rear apron has a few small bubbles since prior to the new carb it was running rich and apron got too hot. Was not happy about that. But running great right now. Scat shifter and valve covers. New seals, bulbs. H4 headlamps. Everything works, lights, signals, horn, wipers, etc. Custom steering wheel. Trans shifts great. New cables, exhaust painted with high temp paint and header wrapped. Mondo muffler. Sounds awesome! I tried to locate as many of the one year items as I could since it was not a complete car when I got it. I insulated the interior a good bit with sound deadner and other insulation. I'll add info if I think of anything else.I'm sure I missed some things. Feel free to ask me any questions. Thank you

Used Year: 1967
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 117071385 Mileage: 99,999
Interior Color: Black Make: Volkswagen
Number of Cylinders: 4 Model: Beetle - Classic
Transmission: Manual Engine: 1500 single port
Vehicle Title: Clear Drive Type: RWD
Fuel Type: Gasoline For Sale By: Private Seller
Exterior Color: White

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