Volkswagen T1 1974 in neat condition
This is a 1974 Volkswagen T1. The paint is in neat condition. Both the interior and paint have some traces of use. The 1500CC, 4 cyl, 55 HP engine runs good. This VW T1 has Brasilian title, importtaxes are paid for.
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