How much can I get for it

Asked by Aug 04, 2009 at 01:50 PM about the 1966 Volkswagen Beetle

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Body needs lots of work  has over 20,000 miles on a rebuilt engin, needs new tires has no carpeting all metal, interior is a bit worn runs ok

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Show some pictures of you car and maybe someone can give you an idea.

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That depends on how bad the body actually is. If the body is severely rusted or damaged, you might be better off stripping it down and selling all the parts separately. A good 1600cc engine and transaxle would probably be able to fetch nearly $1000 in Australia, then add on whatever you can get for the suspension, wheels and interior. So basically, you're looking at about $1000-$1500 if you scrap it, or if it's still roadworthy, then whatever someone will pay for it. Not sure where you live so the prices may change depending on how much demand there is for Beetles.

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