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If you're into classic bugs, you may be interested in this one. This Volkswagen is awesome! The body has been completely disassembled and restored. The engine has been completely rebuilt. All work has been professionally completed with quality products. All receipts have been kept for review. $15,000 OBO.

<span style="font-weight: bold">Body</span>

Completely disassembled and restored (no bolt unturned)

Body completely primed and painted while off the pan

Body & pan separated before restoration

Painted with Deltron "Desert Red" and clear coat paint

Fenders removed before restoration

Wet sanded and buffed

Pan coated with Extend Rust Inhibitor and painted with black enamel with hardener

<span style="font-weight: bold">Suspension</span>

All suspension parts replaced

New brakes front & rear

New ball joints

New wheel cylinders

New tie rod ends

New shoes

New steering stabilizer

New seals

New shocks (rear), new struts (front)

New bearings

Rebuilt strut swivel plate New master cylinder with new hoses & tubing

Rebuilt steering box

<span style="font-weight: bold">Exterior</span>

New Cal Look, Euro Style window rubber (Lifetime guarantee)

New chrome molding

New complete door, top, and body rubber/plastic (Lifetime guarantee)

New running boards

New bumpers and trim

<span style="font-weight: bold">Interior</span>

New door quarter & luggage panels

New seat covers and padding

New convertible top (black) with new headliner, cables, padding, bows, & window frame

New complete carpet kit with rubber mats

Rebuilt complete wiring harness with heat shrink tubing

<span style="font-weight: bold">Transmission</span>

New bearings, seals, and gaskets

Rebuilt CV joints with new boots

<span style="font-weight: bold">Engine</span>

Case line bored .020 oversize New oil cooler

Counter balanced crankshaft New push rod tubes

New bearings (mains & rods) New pistons, rings, & cylinders (88mm)

New "mild" camshaft & lifters New muffler & heat exchanger

New .041 racing heads Flywheel resurfaced

New clutch and pressure plate Rebuilt pedal assembly

New throw out bearing New clutch cable

New heater cable New throttle cable

New oil pump New carburetor, 009 distributor, & gaskets

Contact:

Kevin

York, PA 17404

khanningan@suscom.net

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