Now for sale!
This is “Gerry,” an awesome Bugeye built in 1960 and first titled in 1961, and owned by the same guy since 1965. He built a great car with an uprated 1275 engine, chrome wire wheels, and front and rear disk brakes. It’s great to drive and looks beautiful! The car was named after Gerry Coker, and is a fitting tribute.
We’ve had Bugeyes of seemingly every color, and this one is one of the best. It is not a stock shade of green, but it just looks right on the car. Elegance is not a word used with Bugeyes, but I would have to say this is an elegant color on this car.
The car was painted throughout on a rotisserie restoration from back to front and top to bottom. The underside is fully restored and beautifully painted to match the body.
We bought this car this fall and completed an interior and cosmetic restoration. Dash board is well painted, with the original factory perforated radio panel still intact. Rear bumpers, caramel carpet, seats, door liners, and door pockets are all new. Tonneau is new stayfast canvas, Top is very nice, as are sidecurtains.
This is a wonderful Bugeye for anyone looking for a faster, better braking and better looking Bugeye. Call or email if you are interested in having us ship you this fine car.