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This 1967 Volkswagen Buggy . It is equipped with a 4 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is Blue with a Black Cloth interior. It is offered As-Is, extended warranty is available. - AM/FM, Cloth Interior Surface - Contact Alex Long at 309-202-9335 or [email protected] for more information. -
Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1970 Volkswagen Dune Buggy! You want to have some fun? Well you have come to the right spot! With two seats and a red exterior this Dune Buggy has a lot to offer, anything from its Roadster style and its Volkswagen heartbeat! A good choice in vehicle to have out on sunny days cruising. Equipped with a 1776cc engine backed by a 4 spd tra...
Our Chicago showroom presents this 1961 Volkswagen Dune Buggy. Powered by a 1600CC flat-4 and a 4-speed manual transmission, this little buggy is a hoot to drive! Coated in Sunflower Yellow paint with black accented pin striping and VW logo, this Dune Buggy is sure to stand out from the crowd! Step inside and plant yourself in the matching yellow and black bucket seats for a comfy and secure se...
2015 Volkswagen Dune Buggy ?Hard to find Berry Min-T body by Berry Plasti-Glass Works in Pismo Beach, CA ?Fully restored dune buggy from dry Arizona; restoration completed in 2018 ?VW Beetle chassis and tilted as a 2015 Special Construction Dune Buggy ?Rebuilt and chromed 1.3L Volkswagen flat, air-cooled four-cylinder engine with dual carbs from a ?71 VW ?Four-speed manual transmission ?Yellow ...
Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting a 1974 Volkswagen Buggy for sale. This Orange Volkswagen Rail Buggy with TAZ Cartoon graphics is ready to off road, on road you to a good time. At the beach, in the mountains, even on the way to the grocery store this Buggy is ready for it all. Built with the dependability of a VW powertrain, it is equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission an...
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Original condition, unrestored 1966 Miller-Havens Baja Bug! Straight from SoCal, This 1966 Bug is just as it was when this original Miller-Havens Baja kit was installed, circa 1970. The Miller-Havens kit was the one that started the Baja Bug craze when it was first sold in 1969. This bug is rust free, and reportedly even spent part of it's life in Baja Mexico! I am the third owner, and bought i...
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