1956 Karmann Ghia Import | Chasing Classic Cars
Wayne unveils his one of a kind, 1956 Karmann Ghia LowLight Judson and discusses why VW's are on the upswing. He says cuteness, usability and quality of restoration play a role in determining how much these cars go for.
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VW-Karmann Ghia Start up, Light Revs and drive off
I have filmed this beautiful Red German Karmann Ghia Starting up, Little revving and then driving away. It has an absolutely great noise!
1969 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia STK # 1027
Volkswagen made this sweet 1969 Karmann Ghia for fun road trips. The 1.6L flat 4 cylinder motor powering it was rebuilt back to stock specs 17,000 miles ago. Less than 500 miles ago the 4 speed manual transmission was rebuilt with new clutch and axles being put back in. Inside is a custom tan interior with a combination of leather and tweed making it gorgeous. The AM/FM/CD radio lets the tunes play while you cruise down the road. Custom wheels and radial tires give this Karmann Ghia exactly what it needs. We can be reached at 704-598-2130 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Karmann ghia
A collage of history stuffed into a 1 minute vid.can you point out the rare ones?
I have been doing more details but paint will come soon
My four classic Karmann Ghias: '73 Ghia Vert for Sale
My four classic Karmann Ghias, as you might guess the Karmann Ghia and especially the Ghia Convertible is my favorite car. Here we have a 1962 Ghia Convertible (restoration in progress), a very original 1960 Ghia coupe, and 2 1973 Ghia Convertibles. The Orange '73 Ghia convertible is for sale!
This beautiful orange '73 Ghia Convertible has been with the same owner for the past 24 years. The owner only put 3000 miles on it during the entire time he has had it! The interior is original and in very good condition for being original. The top even looks original and if it is original it is in remarkable condition for its age.
The windshield still has the original VW logo and the condition of the original interior leads me to believe that is probably the original mileage at just over 61k.
Please visit http://www.sunsetclassics.com/1973-karmann-ghia-convertible/ to see the full description, 2 detailed photo galleries and lots more video. (ebay auction now running)
Thanks for looking,
John Snell 612-805-2428