1972 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
I purchased and recently completed a full restoration on a Karmann Ghia, one of the most beautiful cars ever designed. I painted it myself. That’s the last time I’m going to paint a car myself.
New ball joints and tie rod ends, steering damper, alignment, rear main crank seal and O-ring, main shaft seal, new fuel pump, valves adjusted, new valve gaskets, new points and plugs, new oil cooler seals, engine tin cleaned and painted. New carb, fuel tank and lines, tires, wheel bearings, front calipers, master cylinder, back wheel cylinders. New paint, pan and wheel wells undercoated, new steering wheel, tri-bar headlights and trim rings, new door panels and visors, 2.5 inch drop spindles front. New side chrome trim, side mirror, and taillights. New chrome tailpipes and hubcaps, new CD/bluetooth stereo and speakers.