1972 Karmann Ghia Project Car 63k Miles; Most All New Parts To Complete Included on 2040-cars
Hollis, New Hampshire, United States
If you are looking for a great, stylish classic project car that's substantially all there - this is it!
1972 Karmann Ghia - I purchased to work on this past winter but it's obvious (from the pictures) that didn't happen because I spent my winter down south. Now I am selling my house to move south so this has got to go! This vehicle is located on the Mass/NH border approximately 1 hour north of Boston.
The person I purchased it from said he ran it and it ran very well. However, but the gas tank is out so it might be a little trouble to test it, but it certainly is possible.
The body is pretty solid but needs work. I have new floor pans and heater box to be installed. I have all the glass, plus some extra of the rear glass. I believe all the interior pieces parts are there but for the most part need installation.
This a project car but will be very cool when completed. Contact me with questions. Cash only but you can pay when you get here - I'm not trying to oversell or hide anything.
This will easily go on a UHaul car trailer and I can help you load it up. MA title.
Volkswagen Karmann Ghia for Sale
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