1973 supper beetle
new engine has 2500 miles. new fender and paint job new breaks, gas tank, tires and rim, radio. Runs great, interior needs work. Seats need reupholstering no carpeting. I have an interested buyer but I know I will not get what I have already put into it. What would be fair price?
Get on www.thesamba.com and search for similar vehicles and see what they're asking...with all the engine and body work, I wouldn't take less than $3k...but I'm a V-dub guy.
http://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/search.php? submit=yes&keywords=&type=text&stype=all&username=&yearf rom=&yearto=&pricefrom=&priceto=&model%5B%5D=Bug+- +Sedan§ion%5B%5D=3&wanted=show&zip=93560&zipdist =500&state%5B%5D=&usaregion=&country=&sort=date&sort_o rder=DESC&submitButton=Search Here's a link to a Samba search for 1968 and newer Bugs. It looks like it might be worth your time to fix the interior. There are quite alot of VW-centric interior parts suppliers out there at reasonable prices. Try to find your local classic VW club and talk 'em up for tips and trades.
original msrp is $2,499 your car is worth between $3,750-$14,550
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