To capitalize on the Beetle's popularity, Volkswagen introduced the sporty Karmann Ghia at the 1953 Paris Auto Show. With a rear-mounted 4 cylinder and many of the Beetle's proven mechanicals, the car was economical and durable. The real attraction was the style of the bodywork by the Italian outfit, Ghia, and the renowned coachwork of Karmann. The unique styling turns heads today. With easy to find parts and a massive community, these vehicles are growing in popularity every day.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very nice 1970 Karmann Ghia for your consideration. Finished in what appears to be Willow Green, this Ghia is in wonderful shape. The body is very nice overall, with no major dents or dings and excellent chrome trim. The car rides on steel wheels with beauty dish that look charming. The car also features dual exhausts and dual mirrors. The black vinyl interior is very simple and nice, with quality seats, crack free dash, aftermarket radio, custom steering wheel, and unique shift knob.
This car has been with its current owner for the last 27 years were it has been treated to selective restoration as needed. A wonderful drive with a cool color pallet, this car is sure to please.
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