141962-1969 VW 1500 Karmann Ghia

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Featuring a more angular body style and a new 1500cc engine design, the 1500 Karmann Ghia was the fastest VW created to that point in time and at twice the price of a Beetle, the most expensive. It had more interior space than any other Ghias and such creature comforts as an electric clock, long padded armrests, three luggage areas, round taillights, built-in fog lights, upper and lower dash pads, and door pads. In fact, until the VW-Porsche 914 was released, it was the most luxurious car the company had produced.

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