Starting The Phantom Ghia prostock VW
First fire up after engine assembly. The Phantom Ghia is a 9 second 1/4
mile, 1958 VW Karmann Ghia door slammer. Built by Robert Cook or Cooker's
V-Dubs in Clear Spring, Maryland and owned and driven by Rob Schultz.
****UPDATE**** this car now resides in France under new ownership.
1972 VW Karmann Ghia
1972 Karmann Ghia Convertible. Great little California car, same owner for
the last 8 years. Solid, straight body and very comfortable interior. Car
appears to have had a couple of color changes, it was originally yellow.
The body is very nice with very little filler and no rust. The passenger
floor shows some rust and will need to be replaced eventually if the car is
to be driven in the weather. Otherwise, drivers side is fine. The black
cloth top is in nice condition as is the rear glass window. The interior is
also pretty nice though the door panels are warped. The car starts and runs
well. It shifts nicely and drives straight. The brakes are responsive and
the suspension functions properly with good handling. Car shows 6K miles,
the actual miles are unknown.
Owning a classic VW is a great feeling! You'll get thumbs-up every where
you go, and you'll soon realize these cars have a personality all their
own. If you've ever considered buying a Ghia, or if you've had a classic VW
in the past and want to rekindle that joyous, nostalgic feeling that can
only come from a classic Volkswagen, then this is the car for you. Not to
mention the extremely low cost of ownership, great gas mileage and the fact
that these cars are only appreciating in value. See it at
Chris Addington's 1969 RodBuster Karmann Ghia
Here is a video clip of Chris Addington's RodBuster - a 1969 Karmann Ghia
that has a full-billet chassis, a twin Supercharger 2000cc, 4-cylinder horizontally
opposed Volkswagen engine that is in the Full Custom show circuit at a
early 1990s Volkswagen Bakersfield Summer Nationals.
classic karmann ghia commercial
Amongst the more than 100 commercial, I managed to get only a few Karmann
Ghia commercial. I am surprised how honest it is about the fact that it was
called: the slowest sportscar in the world! In this commercial VW makes fun
about the fact that the car cannot drive through a paper wall!
From the DVD 'Legend on wheels'. Wanna have this DVD packed with 2 hours of
high quality digitally remastered old vw commercials? The DVD really brings
you back to the '60s and '70s. Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org