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True Meyers Manx California built beach cruiser

Make: Volkswagen
Model: Meyers Manx Dune Buggy
Type: Offroad
Year: 1974
Mileage: 407
VIN: 1342029015
Color: Orange
Engine: 2180cc
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: --

1974 Volkswagen Meyers Manx Dune Buggy Additional Info:

You're looking at a fresh and professional build of a true icon. 1974 Volkswagen Meyers Manx Dune Buggy is a true California custom with a ton of added style and power. So if you are looking to turn head on or off road, this is the one with both the presence and pedigree to do it.
This is the right look for a custom buggy. It starts with the Manxter 2+2, which is sleeker than the original, but it still came from the mind of Bruce Meyers. The Sonic Orange color is so iconic that you're probably thinking of The Thomas Crown Affair, and the gelcoat means this is far more durable than a paint job. You get the vintage style you love with the twin headlights mounted to the sloping hood, the sleek high-side profile, and a VW engine prominently displayed at the rear. But there's also a much higher level of features and finish you don't get from that classic buggy. Even the rear logo lights up so that people know you have the genuine article! And we know you love the way the wide torque thrust wheels are painted a dark gray to match the tubular bumpers front and rear. So while the original Meyers Manx was about pure function on the sand, this one is also stylish enough to get a valet spot out in front of the beach club.
More than just about any other buggy out there, this one gives you the best reason to stay open to the world. The full interior is an awesome custom setup with a tropical theme upholstery done in a waterproof neoprene. It's such a thoughtful package, that not only is the headliner done in this awesome island look, but also the top pivots upward up so that you can get in easier. They even made sure the gray accents matched the full padded roll cage. The sporting heritage of the Manx remains with dual form-hugging bucket seats, a Momo steering wheel, EMPI shifter, and there's even a full Speedhut gauge package with large GPS speedo and tach. There are also features you don't expect on other buggies, like power assist steering, a tilt column, and a full AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with Bluetooth.
The engine on a dune buggy was certainly made for everyone to see. It's a fresh presentation on a build with barely over 400 miles on the odometer. More than just look good, this is a professional build by Foreign Unlimited in Long Beach, California. The hardy VW powerplant has the big 2180cc displacement and includes a Weber carb, 009 distributor, and a ceramic coated exhaust. It's based on a strong VW Beetle pan with an updated chassis. You even have Fox shocks to keep this one true to its off-road ready roots. The four-speed manual transmission means maximum control and maximum fun, and the extra wide tires and four-wheel disc brakes upgrade mean this one is as exciting to drive as it looks.
This is the build, that's awesome, fresh, custom, and powerful. If you're looking for the ultimate true Meyers Manx, you know you can't let this one slip away. Call today!!!