stu
  •  stu
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
2015-06-16T16:34:04Z
Its driving me bloody nuts, im looking for classic beetles, but all it brings up are modern ones :evil:
Sponsor


(Register and log-in to hide thread adverts)
stu
  •  stu
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
2015-06-16T18:08:42Z
I guess not then.
zelensis61
2015-06-16T18:38:07Z
Tried this one ?
https://www.pre67vw.com/Classifieds/  :beer:
ZELENSIS, coachbuilt body from the 50's on a vw platform made in Belgium. Peter the heb detective
stu
  •  stu
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
2015-06-16T19:06:18Z
Yes, just the usual crazy prices, if anyones got anything pre 67 5k or under let me know please, would consider projects.
zelensis61
2015-06-16T19:49:41Z
Got my PB? Stu?

ZELENSIS, coachbuilt body from the 50's on a vw platform made in Belgium. Peter the heb detective
pre67vw
2015-06-16T20:00:14Z
They're not much cheaper in Germany these days

https://www.ebay.de/sch/...#228;fer&_sacat=9800 
Rob Amos
Happiness is a stock VW
pre67vw
2015-06-16T20:18:26Z
Or how about this for a nice little project

https://pages.ebay.com/l...890&globalID=EBAY-GB 
Rob Amos
Happiness is a stock VW
stu
  •  stu
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
2015-06-17T01:22:30Z
Originally Posted by: pre67vw 

Or how about this for a nice little project

https://pages.ebay.com/l...890&globalID=EBAY-GB 



Your first link didn't bring up any beetles?, ive seen the other car, needs to much welding for that money.

stu
  •  stu
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
2015-06-17T01:27:29Z
Originally Posted by: zelensis61 

Got my PB? Stu?



Whats PB mean?
stu
  •  stu
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
2015-06-23T00:16:05Z
That'll be kafer then, thanks for keeping it to yourselves 😛
pre67vw
2015-06-23T15:01:16Z
Originally Posted by: stu 

That'll be kafer then, thanks for keeping it to yourselves 😛



Is that all you wanted to know?

In that case it's Cox in France...

Cox is short for Coccinelle, which translates as ladybird.
Rob Amos
Happiness is a stock VW
stu
  •  stu
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
2015-06-23T16:20:14Z
Originally Posted by: pre67vw 

Is that all you wanted to know?

In that case it's Cox in France...

Cox is short for Coccinelle, which translates as ladybird.



Yup that's all I wanted but no one answered.