Classic 1972 Volkswagon Bus. Red/white, seats 5 with seatbelts. Back seats folds into double bed. Extra seat is storage. Side storage and shelves with fold down table. VERY CLEAN. We totally cleaned it up. No rust. Floor is solid. His name is "Gus the Bus." It comes with a personalized license plates that read "IM GUS". We were going to use it for wine and brewery tours, or weddings, but we fell in love with it and used it for camping. The pop top allows for standing. Original engine. Breaks were totally restored, as was some wiring. Beautiful on the inside and out. Gus is a real show stopper. Asking $37,500 or best offer. VIN: 2322128698
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