1969 VW BAJA BUG
Miles: 200 (TMU)
Chassis # 119321833
The 1969 model year was one of the last years of the "classic" Beetle design. As iconic as it gets, these Bugs need know introduction!
This 1969 VW Baja Bug was purchased as a project car during COVID. Everything has been touched on it.
The Bug was stripped down to a bare shell and new OEM floor pans were installed along with a heavy duty custom rear shelf that supports the integrated rollbar. A custom made rear wing protects the engine and finishes off the baja look. The body was then painted in a Charcoal Gray Raptor truck liner paint inside and out before replacing the windows and using new seals. New seats and four point harnesses added along with a fire extinguisher.
Electronically, a new wiring harness was sourced with an auxiliary switch panel and circuit breakers, finished off with a marine-grade cutoff switch. New LED lights front and rear were added along with a light bar on the front push bar. Finally, a new Interstate battery was acquired to power everything.
Mechanically, a fresh hot 1776 4-cylinder engine was sourced, the original transmission gone through and all bushings were replaced. Class 11 Bilstein Reservoir Shocks were added along with a Chevy bolt pattern adaptor that allowed the use of Nascar Truck-style wheels and new Federal MT tires. This VW Baja Bug now has just over 200 break-in miles and is runs great! It's being sold to fund the next project!
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