1968 Beetle Excellent Condition ,rebuil1641 Engine,clear Title, Current Regis, on 2040-cars
Sun Valley, California, United States
Hello , this is a 1968 vw beetle, 4 cyl 1641 dual port engine ,manual transmission
this nice condition bug , have a new rebuilt engine, I spent over $1200 only in the motor
new crank , connecting roads , complete package (cyl,pistons , pist rings ,etc) cables ,spark plugs,etc
rebuilt heads ,new carburetor,starter, battery,clutch, all chrome cooling sheets,,,like new heater boxes etc
the engine block coming from vw bus 1971 ,,
Runs like a champ, nice like new, nice breaks, all the lights , and gauges working fine,
then body is in really good conditions , only a minor dents on the fenders. and a little bobble
near to the windshield, nice flor pans , no rust , and no front accidents.
the paint is very old, and have a few scratches, but .still looking nice
interior , are in good condition, only the driver seat have a little cut
the car is located near to Burbank airport (BOB HOP) in san valley calif zip 91352
ask for my phone number , and I can hep for shipping, call me for test drive
clear title current registration,,
thanks and good bidding
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Getting a new diesel-powered car just got a bit easier. Volkswagen has announced a new Jetta TDI Value Edition for 2014 that trims over $2,000 off the starting price of a Jetta TDI, making the most affordable diesel-powered car in America even more so. Prices start at $21,295 (*plus $820 for destination) for a Value Edition with a six-speed manual transmission, while a six-speed dual-clutch automatic adds $1,100 to the price. For that money, owners will get 140 horsepower, 236 pound-feet of torque and 42 miles per gallon on the freeway.
Despite the lower price and being down on content versus the previous base Jetta TDI, the Value Edition does come quite well equipped, with standard heated cloth seats, a six-speaker stereo with a Media Device Interface, satellite radio, and one-touch, up-down power windows on all four doors. Customers will be giving up some notable stuff though, including tilt/telescopic steering, Bluetooth streaming audio, power seats and a multi-function steering wheel.
Still, if you're aching to get your hands on a new TDI, this is now the most affordable way to do it. We suspect having the lower MSRP will help the German manufacturer make even further diesel-powered inroads here in the States, a land where they cleared their decks of over 100,000 TDI models in 2013.
Volkswagen's R lineup currently consists of the Golf R in North America, and the too-cool-for-school Scirocco R in Europe. It hasn't exactly been a secret as to which VW would next get the R treatment; the German manufacturer reportedly confirmed that a hotter Beetle would be coming to the US. That announcement, in August 2011, was followed up by a production-ready Beetle R Concept at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.
After some wait, we're finally seeing spy shots of the Beetle R in Germany. The mule shown in the images here is wearing the R-Line bodykit, which adds sportier front and rear fascias, side skirts, dual exhausts and a not-so-subtle spoiler. Topped off with Volkswagen's traditional, five-spoke R wheels, we'd be just fine with the Beetle R coming to market as is.
Our spy photographer, though, seems to think that the production R will get even sportier sheetmetal, which we take to mean the more assertive look shown on the Frankfurt show car. Larger intakes on the front fascia, a bigger rear spoiler and vertical vents on the rear bumper could all be upcoming. Whether a production model will include the concept's polished wheels (R cars haven't traditionally embraced that look), vented hood and the quad-tipped exhausts remains to be seen.
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As RWP points out, this is the larger, but less busy, museum targeted purely at Volkswagen products. The smaller AutoStadt museum, meanwhile, covers a much broader swath, with products from other Volkswagen Group members. Click on over to view the extensive gallery of high-quality images from Ran When Parked.