how much would a working 1973 volkswagon beetle price be?

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Asked by Nov 16, 2010 at 07:47 PM about the 1973 Volkswagen Beetle

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it has about 500,000 miles on it and fully working

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it really depends... location? bugs condition? Their prices vary greatly!

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How long is a piece of string? 500k miles?? Now that's some miliage...

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sorry I meant 50,000

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It really depends on where you are, what has been done to the car, condition of the body (i.e. Rust/Paint/Fittings) and the originality. If it is completely stock and in mint condition, you could probably get around $6 - $7K in Australia, but you would need to find an enthusiast willing to pay it. Unfortunately 70s bugs are not as sought after as the older bugs, and this often brings their prices down a bit.The bug in the picture looks like it has been customised a bit, so this would bring prices down. If you are looking to buy, find an online buyers guide and check all the problem areas before making a decision to purchase.

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