1963 15 window bus with a rat rod look. This is a brand new built with 0 miles on it, this bus was built to be used as a Surf Shop mobile billboard then as store display in Downtown Disney (Disney Springs.)
Started with a very solid running bus that was on a collection in Vermont for the past 20 years. The bus was sandblasted in and out, the outside was acid washed to give the patina look, the inside was prep, prime and painted complete with Hot Rod black paint, wood laminated floors, brand new interior, tires and rims.
The bus was lowered 4", new rear drums and brake pads, new gas
lines, new shocks, etc... The 1776cc engine was rebuilt and runs
perfect. The body and floors are very solid.
The first of the breed rolled off an assembly line 68 years ago today
The Pick of the Day is one of the final-generational VW transporters, imported from Mexico
A French video show the resurrection of a VW van left in the woods 40 years ago, while a young Phoenix guy lives to search for VW barn and field finds.
Though the original premise of the Volkswagen bus was to provide a passenger van for regular citizens, this 1956 microbus is in fact a little more unique.
A 1967 Volkswagen T1 camper van said to be worth as much as £90,000 ($115,200) will be offered up for bidding at Bonhams Collector’s Motor Car auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Santa Monica is at the heart of Southern California beach culture. It has the famous pier, aquarium and surfing tradition, as well as its fun-in-the-sun collector car scene.
Aside from Barrett-Jackson’s customary collector car offerings it was another eye-popping, record-setting sale of a Volkswagen microbus.
It’s spring, and the open road is calling. And what better craft for an extended road trip than the Pick of the Day, a 1969 Volkswagen Westfalia camper bus with all the trimmings.
Now that summer has officially started, what better way to hit the beach than in an imaginatively customized VW bus transformed into an open-air dune buggy.