his 1970 VW Bug 160 was completely restored back in 2011. The elderly gentleman that performed the work (hired it out) was a "Good Guys Fanatic" Not leaving anything to chance, he followed the process all the way from start to finish. From the engine, to paint, it's all new. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to spend any time driving it, and has since passed. His widow has asked us to document all the work performed, and sell it.This car was definitely loved and we are tasked with finding someone who will love it the same way he did. (If you think I'm kidding, you should have seen the look on the Widows face when I drove off in her husband's prized possession!)We have quite a bit if the paperwork that goes with the restoration work.When we first looked at the car a few weeks ago, there wasn't a mark on it, it was perfect. Fast forward to yesterday when we noticed someone had "bumped" the car in a couple of areas while parked in the garage, hence doing some very minor damage to the trunk lid by the handle, and the rear quarter panel. It looks as though the Landscaper rolled past the car with the lawnmower, hitting the car. The quarter panel area can be buffed out. The hood will need some minor body, then paint work. We have estimated that less than $1,000 will cover the cost of this work. Our pricing takes this work into consideration.The inside is flawless. It is black with gray inserts. All along, the husband knew that someone driving this would want a kick ass stereo, therefore a sub-woofer was installed behind the back seat.I have personally driven this little gem, and although I am a Corvette man, I kind of like it! Parking it is fun! This car is being offered for sale for $10,750Please call Jim at206-406-1313and give him your credit card, or your routing number and bank account number, he will do the rest!
Please go to our Websitewww.jimsclassicgarage.comfor a wide variety of photos and videos. We've recently set up our YouTube channel and will be posting videos of all our cars. Our goal is to have over 150 photos of every car, We focus on shots that are important. Hi resolution pictures of the seats don't do a buyer any good. We deal in old cars and take pictures of the things you would look at if we had the car on the lift. Every car we sell will have over 50% of the pictures of the undercarriage. If your looking at buying an old Classic, please don't ever buy one without having the underside looked at very carefully.
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