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Guest Anonymous

what are these numbers for color scheam where it was made at cant figure it out

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Bottom number translates as 'shade' and the number is for Chamonix white, so if your car was originally white there's one answer sorted.

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Must be a 2000c or cs ? Karmann produced those bodies. Not sure on the meaning...

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Guest Anonymous

just cant understand when there is 300 to 400 of the total 13696 made still

in existinces why the price is so low no six in it and who cares that karmann made he made alot of cars just not vw and bmw like everybody thinks 66 e120 vin 1000039

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Guest Anonymous

ur the candian guru is there any up there

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I don't believe so. These are rare cars. There is a pristine cs for sale in Germany now at 35000 euro.

You just don't find these for sale in good condition. They suffer from similar rust issues as coupes .

From Wikipedia ...

Of the 11,720 New Class coupés built between 1965 and the end of production in mid-1969,[6] 9,999 were twin carburettor 2000CS coupés, 3,249 were single carburettor 2000C coupés with automatic transmission, and 443 were 2000C coupés with manual transmission.[7]

Interesting enough the rarity of a 2000c with a 4 speed does not propel it to the top the model lineup in pricing. The 2000cs tends to fetch bigger dollars.

A 2000c in excellent condition is valued at 25600 in the guide

A 2000cs in excellent condition is valued at 32500 in the guide

As a reference a 3.0 cs coupe n excellent condition is valued at 34500 in the guide

These prices are obtained through DMV registrations and are actual documented sales prices. So all of the cars you see for sale on Craig's list as parts cars don't affect that value because most of the pristine cars are privately sold .

Try to buy a pristine 2000cs from a current owner and see what he/ she tells you ... More than likely they will not sell it... Check the price on a 1956 503 coupe and you will see why...

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ur the candian guru is there any up there

I have looked at 2 in the past 3 years in the Toronto area. Total basket cases. They do/did show up in Canada as it was easy for overseas military to bring them home

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