Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Typ 14 1962 – SPRZEDANY

Piękne to były czasy, gdy stylowe coupe nie musiało nic udowadniać na szosie. Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Typ 14 w podstawowej wersji dysponował silnikiem o pojemności 1.2 l i oszałamiającą mocą 30 KM. Taki zestaw pozwalał na rozpędzenie się do prędkości 120 km/h… co nikomu nie przeszkadzało. Ważniejsza była sportowa sylwetka i atrakcyjna paleta pastelowych barw, którymi mogła być pokryta karoseria. Ten nieźle zachowany Karmann licytowany przez Auctionatę nowego nabywcę znalazł za 14856 euro plus prowizja.


VW Karmann Ghia Coupé, Model 1962

Auction takes place on:
Feb 27, 2015
6 pm CET

Sold for
€ 14,856.00
Estimated € 16,000.00
Starting at € 8,000.00
Price excluding buyer’s premium, shipping, delivery and postage costs

Karmann Ghia Coupé, Type14
Volkswagen AG, Germany 1962
Registration date: 1962
Vehicle identification number: 4466636
Engine identification number: n. s.
1.2 liter engine with 30 hp
Manual gear shift
Mileage in kilometers displayed: 75,200
Color: aquamarine: interior: black
U.S. documents, EU duty paid
Original condition
Report – see detail photos – can be obtained on
Shipping cost is free if collected by buyer. Otherwise a shipping rate, in accordance with effort, will be added.
Special condition: only 15% buyer´s premium plus VAT.
This item is located in Berlin

Detailed description

This Karmann Ghia Coupé has recently been imported and cleared from the U.S.A. to Austria.
It is particularly captivating for its prime paintwork on interior doors, instrument paneling, trunk and motor compartment.
Its exterior has recently received a completely new paintwork.
Over the past couple of years all car body sealings, trim strips, ceiling, windshield, rear lights (EU) and many other parts have been renewed.
It has two large meters and the original steering wheel.

VW Karmann Ghia
The VW Karmann-Ghia was made by Karmann in Osnabrück.
The Karmann-Ghia Type 14 and the VW Beetle were technically almost identical.
Several designers were involved in the car body’s planing and development.
The Italian mechanical engineers Luigi Segre as well as Felice Mario Boano and his son Gian Paolo share merits for its development.
The car is based on a prototype that was made for Chrysler in the U.S.A.
In total 443,466 Karmann-Ghias were built in Osnabrück, of which ca. 80.000 cabriolets and the rest coupes.