Here is a 1966 23 windows in extreme good condition with a lot of details. This bus was born in Brasil in 1966 and was originally a 15 windows de luxe. It has black plate and a collector certificate from Brasil Its being restored in 4 years by an old man that used to be on the production lines of vw in the 60'...This means the job has been correctly done. He took care of all the metal work and paint. The result is just astonishing. the bus is obviously rust free and runs like it just got out of the factory. EVERY single thing on this bus is just done, there is nothing to do than driving. The pictures speak by themselves but i would be glad to answer all the questions you may have. Since its restoration, finalized a few months ago, this bus has been regularly driven and stored in a dry, indoor garage under a car cover just made for this bus.
The roof conversion has been professionally done unlike most of the conversion done in Brasil. Skylight windows are tinted as original and the brand new headliner is perforated on both ragtop and the rest of the ceiling. The ragtop is also brand new. This is very beautiful bus for a reasonable price.
The bumpers are in very good condition. The steering box is dry, tuned up. The bus is steering easily and the steering wheel is not loose while driving. The frame is awesome with ZERO rust. Check out the pictures. All new good seals around. Electricity is 100% working including all lights and turn signals. Perfect door alignment, closing. No rattling. Brand new ragtop. Tires are nearly new, front and rear stainless steel Safari windows, deluxe trim, ragtop...
Insulated and all new custom made interior, all seats belts and beautifully detailed.
- Excellent 1500cc single port, lots of torque, not a weak engine! Has around 2500 miles since replace. 100% safe!, Electronic distributor, new BROSOL carburetor ( Not chinese), New battery
swing axle transmission in perfect working condition, completely rebuilt
Front disc brakes, new master cylinder, new rear brakes, new brake lines...
100% operational. New light bulbs all around. Everything work.
PRICE: US$ 60,000 * O.B.O
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