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    Looking for advice selling a '64 beetle with 4k on the clock, nearly untouched!

    Hi everyone,

    I have inherited a Beetle which I believe is 1964, it belonged to my great uncle, then my uncle and now me.

    Apart from the touch up on the front it is completely untouched and original and has only done 4k miles and lived in a garage its whole life.

    I have attached a few photos I took of it 8 years ago, I'm planning to visit it in Sweden in 3 weeks time and start the process of selling it.

    Any advice on where to start would be much appreciated, where would best to sell, what it might be worth etc...

    Cheers!
    Dan

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    That needs to go into a specialised classic car auction where buyers all over the world can view and bid online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    That needs to go into a specialised classic car auction where buyers all over the world can view and bid online.
    Thanks, I'm going to look into that
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