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Volkswagen T2 ab Adventure Camper top Karosserie California 1972

General description : 1972er T2ab VW Bus Adventure Camper, Erstlack pastellweiß

- Mega trockene und gerade Karosserie, fast komplett im Erstlack mit leichter Patina.

- Blue Plate Bus aus dem kalifornischen Inland.

- Es sind gute Frontsitze und eine Rückbank verbaut.

- Die Dachschränke sind komplett.

- Es ist eine ausfahrbare und eine feste Trittstufe verbaut.

Nachdem der Bulli jahrelang in einer Scheune stand, in der wir ihn gefunden hatten, wurden nun eine neue Frontscheibe verbaut und der Bus poliert.

Um den Typ 4 Motor wieder zum laufen zu bringen, haben wir die orig. Solex Vergaser komplett überholen lassen und eine neue Zündspüle verbaut.

Nur läuft, fährt und schaltet der Bulli wieder.

Natürlich stehen noch weitere überschaubare technische Arbeiten an um den Bus dauerhaft zu fahren.

Optional könnten wir den Bus noch eisstrahlen lassen.

Preis : 16500,00 Euro

1972 Volkswagen T2 ab Adventure Camper top Karosserie California is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Fritz-Peters-Str.45DE-47447 Moers by ClassicCarsCzech for €16500.


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Car type : Car Make : Volkswagen Model : T2 Model Version : ab Adventure Camper top Karosserie California Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1972 Sub type : Van Location : Fritz-Peters-Str.45DE-47447 Moers Vehicle Registration : Undefined

16500 €

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