This is a beautiful 1969 VW Bus. Outside color is creamy with white top. Paint is in good condition considering it is an older restoration. Comes with a classic luggage rack. Glass and rubber in very good condition. The interiors and panels are very clean. The engine is very good. Just had it inspected and serviced by professional mechanic. No issues found. Runs and breaks just fine.
Please ask any questions you may have or schedule a visit. You will love driving this bus.
It was made in Brazil, inspected and titled in Texas. (How it got here is a long story.... I’ll tell you if you want to know...).
The first of the breed rolled off an assembly line 68 years ago today
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