1974 Volkswagen Deluxe 23 window conversion with optional ragtop
and third seat. The Volkswagen Kombi van (1950-1967) started a
vehicle revolution that has lasted more than half a century; it
influenced multiple generations. It's been said the Volkswagen
Kombi van or bus started the minivan movement. To be sure, the VW
Kombi has had a long run of popularity worldwide -- a popularity
that's now seeing a resurgence. Recent results from Barrett-Jackson
Auctions have seen early-1960s 23-window VW Kombi vans reaching six
figures, going as high as $291,000. This one is a very nice example
and fully restored inside and solid bodied rotisserie restoration.
This Highly sought after 23 window version was created in Brazil
and has the accessory front and rear wooden roof rack and side
ladder, Safari front fold out windshields, sliding door windows,
front shoulder belts, full ragtop sunroof, dash cup holder, dual
outside chrome mirrors, electric fan on dash, passenger grab
handle, curtains for side windows, chrome inner window guards, and
third seat. This unit has a 120 kilometer speedometer only showing
78844 kilometers (not actual). Fast is not a term used for this bus
but it has a smooth running 1500 motor, 4 speed manual transaxle,
new white wall radial tires on painted steel wheels with trim rings
and VW hubcaps, and no radio. The Ceylon Beige and Sahara Beige
paint with painted bumpers is very nice and the interior with two
tone brown and cream seats with and side panels, rear Daytona weave
carpeting is beautiful. Guaranteed to gather smiles wherever you
go. YEAR: 1974 MAKE: Volkswagen MODEL: Kombi / Bus BODY STYLE:
Samba ENGINE DISPLACEMENT: 1.5 L NUMBER CYLINDERS: 4 Cyl
HORSEPOWER: 50 hp TORQUE: 78 ft/lb TRANSMISSION: Manual - 4 Speed
OUTSIDE COLOR 1:Ceylon beige OUTSIDE COLOR 2:Sahara Beige INTERIOR
COLOR 1: Cream INTERIOR COLOR 2: brown INTERIOR COLOR 3: blue
1974 Volkswagen Bus
Location:Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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