Old Blue
2019-03-20T14:46:27Z

At last, a chance to buy a pre 48 Beetle I thought, until I saw the price and location. Okay if you have £215k laying around maybe, and we're not even talking KdF with its wacky boot and spare wheel area.


https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1089628 


1956 VW Beetle, 1962 Morris Minor, 1968 VW Beetle (Old Blue), 1972 Morris Mini, 2005 MGTF

Blue, blue, Electric Blue, that's the colour of Old Blue!
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Fiber Split
2019-03-20T15:01:11Z

Looks like a later body.




Andy W

Old Blue
2019-03-20T15:05:43Z
Originally Posted by: Fiber Split 

Looks like a later body.




Andy W


Yes I think some of these cars are doubtful. There was a '43 on the Samba a few weeks ago for $255k, and the front wings at least looked much later. If these cars can fetch so much money it is well worth the effort of altering a later split.


1956 VW Beetle, 1962 Morris Minor, 1968 VW Beetle (Old Blue), 1972 Morris Mini, 2005 MGTF

Blue, blue, Electric Blue, that's the colour of Old Blue!
Old Blue
2019-03-20T15:21:37Z
A '49 on the Samba, and again in Australia, but a more realistic price. Been lowered and well pan damaged, what a shame.


I'm sure that this car was up for sale at the last Lavenhan meet here in the UK for around £27k.

https://www.thesamba.com...ds/detail.php?id=2264405 




1956 VW Beetle, 1962 Morris Minor, 1968 VW Beetle (Old Blue), 1972 Morris Mini, 2005 MGTF

Blue, blue, Electric Blue, that's the colour of Old Blue!
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