Arizona Classic Car Sales is thrilled to offer this amazing 1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia that has just seen a complete restoration. From the stunning new paint to the beautiful new convertible top this Karmann Ghia will not disappoint..!! This is a beautiful Arizona car that has had no expense spared and needs nothing but a new owner..!! Vehicle Specs: VIN# 147156728 same as chassis # Engine # H0366117 1500cc w/53hp @ 4200 rpm 0-60 mph in about 15 seconds City mpg 25+ mpg Hwy 30+ mpg Odometer reading 02335 (second owner claims odometer replaced by original owner) Fuel tank capacity 10.6 US Gallons Original dealer certificate, owners manual, tool kit, jack and spare in the trunk Original Bendix push button AM radio / works and sounds good Has wheel chocks, jumper cables, tow rope, spare fuel pump, tire pressure gauge, Official VW service manual, and a slightly worn copy of the classic How to keep your Volkswagen alive" Add Ons, Replacements & Mods All new "Arizonian" steel belted radials 165R-15 Rear suspension raised about an inch to clear larger tires and improve road visibility Front seats reupholstered by Fitwell of Phoenix Az. Rear seat original and in good shape Dash clock replaced with oil temperature gauge (still have the clock) Mechanical fine tuning done by H&M Motorworks in Phoenix Body & Paint done by Lucky Luciano Custom Paint in Phoenix Replaced original cracked wood grain dash face on top with 3rd party match New floor mats, side chrome trim, clips & passenger side mirror Brand new canvas top, headliner, & carpet by Bell upholstery in Phoenix The Vehicle History : 1967 - 2000 Original purchase from Foreign Cars of Belmont Inc.Belmont MA. April 3rd, 1967 The original owner was Billy E. Goetz, an engineer at Los Alamos, NM. He knew how to care for it, kept it in a garage during winters and did all his own maintenance. 2000 Second owner was Richard C. Lindberg, a buyer & seller who cleaned it up, did some minor maintenance, advertised it online, and turned it around in less than 6 months. 2000-2019 Third owner was Daniel A. Heim. It's been driven as needed, stored in a garage pending restoration, and still runs like a charm. On first inspection, Heim's mechanic, who's worked on VW's his entire career, said it was the best shape he'd ever seen for a car of that vintage. This model was the first of the 12 volt systems, so parts are still readily available. You'll see the owners manual provides specs for both 6 & 12 volt models, as 1967 was VW's transition year. Heim restored the car in 2016-2019. Please don't hesitate to call or text anytime with any offers.. 602-513-3298"