Up for sale is a gorgeous example of a well built/well kept VW bus.
1967- show quality.
Same owner for 18 years. We are testing the waters on sale price for our client... currently open to all offers and willing to ship worldwide.
Our client had this bus restored 18 years ago and only put 2500 miles on the bus in the span of 18 years.
The bus is in excellent condition and has been stored in a climate controlled storage facility for almost the last two decades.
Runs perfect and looks amazing- no disappointments here.
Feel free to call, text or email if you are interested.
We will be putting the bus on auction and craigslist if we cannot make a deal off the samba.
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