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Here is a 1961 23 windows fully restored. This bus was born in Brasil in 1961 and was originally a 15 windows de luxe. has been stripped down and everything has been redone from 0.
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 on both ragtop and the rest of the ceiling. The ragtop is also brand new. This is very and unique beautiful bus for a very good price.
Bumpers are like new, hardware, just check out the pictures that speak by themselves. The steering box is new. The bus is steering like its coming out of the factory. The frame is like new. 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 new, deluxe trim...
All seats are there and the interior has been completely redone
to match the original look.
Professionally rebuilt 1500cc engine single port that works like a rolex. Technical assembly specifications including pages and pages of measurements are included, not leaks or whatsoever.
Completely rebuilt Swing axle transmission in perfect working condition, no leaks or whatsoever
All brakes completely rebuilt and all wheel cylinders, brake shoes and master cylinder have been replaced
100% operational. New light bulbs all around. Everything work.
Safaris windows, roof rack, disc brakes...We can do way more, it's up to you!
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