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Rod Buster is a real show-stopper, and can still hang with the best of them.

Chris Addington's Rod Buster goes up for sale

One of the most radical Karman Ghia coupes ever to grace the cover of Hot VWs magazine is now up for sale.
September 9, 2013

Got a spare $295,000 laying around? Well, if you just hit the "the big one" and have money to burn, why not stroll over to oldbug.com/sales.htm and see what's for sale. Back in May of 1988, we featured a full spread on a hand-built, mostly billet Karmann Ghia coupe, built by Chris Addington of Bakersfield, California. Back in the day, it won just about everything, and that was way before anyone could afford a CNC machine. Even by today's standard, this one-of-a-kind Ghia is right up there with the best of the best. So if you got the bucks, the Rod Buster can be yours.





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