Crevier Classic Cars is offering this stunning 1959 Volkswagen Bus 23 Window Rag Top Right Hand Drive originating from South Africa. This bus was fully Rotisserie Restored and completed in December 2016/2017 by Octavio at Kustom 1. This Bus was built on January 7th of 1960 and left the factory on January 18th of 1960 to South Africa. It has been restored in its original color combination of L 53 Sealing Wax Red/ Roof L 472 Beige Grey. The Upholstery is Blue Grey. Along with the Rare Right Hand Drive, it has been restored to drive at modern speeds and do so with persicion. It has Brand New 2387cc "Bernie Bergman" 160 h.p with a New "Rancho Transaxles" - "Pro Street" 388 Freeway Flyer Transmission! Complete New "Wagenswest" adjustable front suspension with front disc brakes allowing it to stop on a dime! All mechanical work completed by Roth Vintage in Orange, California. Bus has new "everything" and lots of super rare German parts and accessories. NOS Radio, Fan, Horn Button, Rare "Hooded" Fog Lights, etc. New complete Interior, New tires, New everything!!!! Way to much to list! Only 360 miles since restoration.
1959 VW Bus 23 Window Right Hand Drive
Model #244, Microbus De Luxe, Right Hand Drive
Color: L53 Sealing Wax Red, Roof L 472 Beige Grey, Upholstery: Blue Grey
Comes with the "Stiftung Auto Museum Volkswagen" Birth Certificate certifying authenticity.
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