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Hello,

I sell my KG 14 Low Light made January 26, 1959.

This car has an interesting story:

It had to export to Canada and never left England, so it has all the options of the US market bumper and small additional rear lights from new.

It was acquired at the time by the father of the owner to whom I bought it. He drove it for many years in England and after his death, his son who went to France kept this car because the steering wheel was on the right side for the French roads. In 1959 Volkswagen was not yet making right wheel drive, it only appeared in 1960 on the following model.

This car ran little in France and was repainted 2 times before my purchase, the last time in its current black matte color.

It is entirely original (Matching Number – Engine / Gearbox / Interior / Equipment): – Engine original Foot-molded reconditioned – Original gearbox being rebuilt to new (by the reference on the French market – invoice of 3500 in support) back end of May – Its original color is L241 Bamboo and the L318 Deep Green roof – I have the official Volkswagen certificate of its origins and options – The only deviation from the origin is the exhaust for my auditory pleasure;)

It has been my family car for more than a year before starting the refit, I have it since 2011. It is stored in my basement and went out every month before redoing the gearbox.

Consumables are in good condition and the rear brakes will be redone when replacing the gearbox (rigid hose, flexible, trim, cylinder wheels and new drums).

This car needs a body and interior refurbishment, hence the very affordable price for a Low Light with this original equipment and in Matching Number.

I sell this car because I have a pro project that requires a financial contribution, otherwise I would have kept and continued its restoration as a « daily driver ».

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