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    WTT: 1969 VW Beetle for E30

    Looking to trade my 1969 VW Beetle for an E30. Link below to my ad but she has a ton of character, lots of chassis work and a built 1776cc flat four. It's like a go cart on steroids!

    Let me know what you have if interested in swapping. I'm located in Los Angeles.
    Last edited by 2mAn; 06-09-2021, 01:43 PM. Reason: craigslist link removed

    #2
    Originally posted by AggieZig View Post
    Looking to trade my 1969 VW Beetle for an E30. Link below to my ad but she has a ton of character, lots of chassis work and a built 1776cc flat four. It's like a go cart on steroids!

    Let me know what you have if interested in swapping. I'm located in Los Angeles.
    Welcome to R3V and good luck in your search.

    I removed your craigslist link.

    Please post pics here
    Simon
    Current Car:
    -2000 330i Estate, the dad-mobile
    -1975 Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Super 1300, the never-ending name & project



    Make R3V Great Again -2020

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      #3
      You must've read my mind! I have been missing my 69 Beetle and have been thinking about seeing if someone would trade for my 87 325e 2dr 5 speed. I also have an 87 2.7 es engine on a stand. My 325 has a 3.25lsd and a chip. I like driving it but I'm turning 66 next month and can't work on it like I used to.
      Loonatic

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        #4
        Originally posted by 2mAn View Post

        Welcome to R3V and good luck in your search.

        I removed your craigslist link.

        Please post pics here
        Apologies for that. Pics and details below:

        This is my 1969 Volkswagen Beetle made in Germany and finished in Savanah Beige. She is a patina queen and rocks a mix between the retro Cal-look and the drag beetle look. With a built 1776cc engine and dual authentic Weber 44s, she is also a total sleeper and will not fail to put a huge smile on your face. I’ve owned many VWs in my life and this one is hands down the most fun. It’s like driving a go cart on steroids.

        Details:

        - 1776cc Type 1 flat four, Full flow case, Engle 110 Cam, 35x40 heads, chromoly push rods, dual Spanish 44 Weber IDFs, sidewinder exhaust, approx. 11k miles since rebuild
        - Gene Berg shifter, Kennedy Stage 1 Clutch, hard mounts, Kafer bar
        - New front beam, rebuild suspension, slightly lowered
        - Front Disc Brake Conversion
        - Floor pans replaced, front inner fender wells repaired
        - The only rust on this beetle is cosmetic and part of the patina
        - Roof rack, pop-out quarter windows, Autogage Tach


















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          #5
          Originally posted by fiveofeight55 View Post
          You must've read my mind! I have been missing my 69 Beetle and have been thinking about seeing if someone would trade for my 87 325e 2dr 5 speed. I also have an 87 2.7 es engine on a stand. My 325 has a 3.25lsd and a chip. I like driving it but I'm turning 66 next month and can't work on it like I used to.
          PM Sent

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            #6
            Originally posted by AggieZig View Post

            Apologies for that.
            No worries. Good luck! Be sure to come back and share the E30 when you get one
            Simon
            Current Car:
            -2000 330i Estate, the dad-mobile
            -1975 Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Super 1300, the never-ending name & project



            Make R3V Great Again -2020

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              #7
              Originally posted by 2mAn View Post
              No worries. Good luck! Be sure to come back and share the E30 when you get one

              Thanks, will do!

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