Its conversion from sedan to pickup is said to have taken place in the 1980s, admittedly a period when vintage unmodified Beetles weren’t worth bags and bags of money, and it has survived quite well to see the light of day in 2016. Like it? The claimed two-owner VW recently turned up on Craigslist in the small town of Ellijay, Georgia.
Inside, the carpet and dashboard seem nicely finished, as do the re-trimmed seats. The owner notes plenty of upkeep and maintenance items recently completed since 2013. Its asking price? Just $6,000.
Sure, some may call foul—the 1967 VW Beetle was an important transition year between styles, featuring new headlights, rear back-up lights, deck lid, bumper overriders, review mirrors, and 12-volt electrics, among other changes—but even collectors can’t argue that an aged Beetle still on the road is better than one left languishing in the bush.
What do you think, Internets?