From the picture it looks a bit ruff,but if it works a little bit of elbow grease and some degreaser and you should be OK. But there are a couple of things to consider here, State and local smog laws. Are you going to keep it stock or bump it up a little. VW fuel Injection never liked performance add-ons (exhaust,cam,heads and displacement upgrades). As I said if everything works and you want to leave it that way and make it a daily driver, you will have a car that gets good mileage and passes all your smog laws quite easily.(had a 69 type 3 and it was the best for mileage of any stock VW I have owned). They can be expensive to fix though when things go wrong,and hard to find parts for. Also if you are going to change out the induction system anyway(dual carbs, turbo,etc...) then who cares,just make sure the body is in good shape look in places like the floor pans and heat channels by the door posts, etc. Rust in these places can be expensive to fix.
66 Ghia, "Dexter" 76 flat window Beetle
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