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1974 Volkswagen Thing Type 181 on 2040-cars

Year:1974 Mileage:0
Location:

Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States

Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States

This is a 1974 VW Thing. It has a clean VA title.

The car was completely stripped and sandblasted. We began work on it, but did not complete it the car. The flat black parts are the parts we started to complete.

All of the body parts are with the car, including the window frames, convertible frame, and original front seats. The frame, rockers and pans are in excellent shape.

It also has a box of small parts that will go with the car. It does not have an engine or transmission.

I do have additional pictures of all the body parts with the car.

Please contact me with any questions.

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