This is a 1990 Volkswagen Fox wagon. It’s currently for sale in Huntington Beach, and it appears to be in great shape. The owner is asking just $1,500 bucks for what’s ostensibly a rare car here in North America. Why so cheap? It’s been parked in a warehouse since 2009.
This Fox has a lot going for it, despite its current non-running status. The seller states that they are the original owner. There’s no rust and the body is straight. Additionally, the interior looks well kept for a car of this age. There are only 128,000 miles on the odometer.
So for $1,500 bucks, plus the cost of some fresh gas and a new battery, you might be in proper shape to get this machine up and running again. Hell, I’m tempted to hop over to Huntington Beach and give it a look myself.
There are a few custom features but nothing too crazy or that couldn’t be reverted back to stock if you so desire. Here’s the full text of the ad, in case it disappears, which it’s going to at this price:
The full listing
Very Rare 1990 VW Fox Wagon!
This is my OG Surf Ride!!!
If this ad is up, the Fox is still available! So don’t ask….. Thx!
Original Owner! 29 years old!!
Doesn’t run.. see description below!
Placed on non-op with DMV… No back fees!
Interior is great!
Body is straight… Nice patina and bit of rust that can’t be duplicated
Only 128,000 +/- miles!
4 speed manual.. stick shift!
Parked and stored inside at my warehouse back in in 2009 when it last ran. Then I moved it to my new warehouse in 2015 where it was was stored outside until now.
Wont need much to get it running again as it was running when I parked it and stored it.
Lowered professionally back when I bought new with custom rims and tires! Sits so nice and doesn’t look like the original frog hopper..
Includes custom sound system with installed 1000 watt amp and base box with 2, 10′ sub box in trunk!!
Rare opportunity to own this original owner survivor!
Only $1,500! Not in a rush to sell..
Serious buyers only…
Text only! 714 six 5 eight 8 one 7 eight
Someone needs to hop on this one. Make it snappy, and you have a Radwood-era survivor that looks to be in great shape, outside of the whole currently not running bit.
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