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1964 bug Price: 8000
Selling my 64. It dose run and drives. New paint everywhere semi gloss walnut. It's 90% finished. I have all parts to finish. Only parts to put on are running boards, deck lid, front and rear bumpers, and windshield wipers. Not much more to do.

All ready installed:
All new wiring from Wolfsburg
Blade style fuse block conversion
Pan halves drop downs "battery area" cut out and replaced with flat 16ga steel so the pan sits on the ground "center wish bone on chassis"
3 gallon aluminum air tank
Viair 480 compressor
2) switches for front and back only
8) 3/8 orifice valves with 3/8 line
2600lbs Firestone bags in the rear (linked)
Monroe airshocks in the front custom mounted to lower control arms on the bottom,the top is mounted to the body (restructured with .090 thick plate)
(Front bulkhead raised 1-1/2" for proper wheel center in fender)
Beam narrowed 6" with no shock towers but still
has all the leaf springs in.
dropped spindles with rebuilt carriers (king pins and link pins, bushing)
New steering box
New tie rods (complete)
New brakes (complete)
Stainless steel hard brake lines and braided lines
New TRW master cylinder with Wildwood remote mounted resuvoir (brakes are nice and hard)
Rebuilt pedal assembly with new throttle and clutch cables
All new interior.
All new rubber.
Front tires are smart car 145/65 r 15 ContiEcoContact EP
Rear tires are standard 165
Rims are late bug slot steelies
New carburetor and fuel pump
Custom mounted Vintage Speed stainless steel exhaust (tucked under apron)
New cap, rotor, condenser, plugs, wires
1300cc with (new big bore kit)
2-1/2 raised transmission mounts
Custom rear 4130 trailing arms
(can still use torsion bars by removing one piece)
Rebuilt stock transmission

I'm sure I'm forgetting something

The car is legit but there are back fees
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