1964 VW Camper van with S042 interior in it. I've had in for over
15 years and am 79 and will never get around to restoring another
one. It has been stored inside since the 80s. I put a 1500 engine
in it out of my 1966 van H0043087, all new brake shoes, rubber
brake lines, drums turned and wheel cylinders and master. It has
new 205/R70R14 tires on glass beaded and painted rims. Front seats
are recovered with new padding. Even has the front pan!!! Some new
rubber, seals and rust repair panels are included. Engine sounds
good. Dove gray tube on the top has awning poles in it. I have the
sides of the awning but have not found the top yet. Might need a
new 12 volt generator. The worst rust is the floor as you open the
double doors, and a new rust repair panel is included. Jack points
are all pretty good. One panel is included for the rusted one.
Front floors don't look bad. Inner rockers and outer rockers should
be replaced at some time. Has had some bad repair patches in the
past. Should show in the pictures. Pictures should tell the story.
I can take more pictures of what ever you want. Colorado title in
my name. Could use a paint job or drive as is!!!!! Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1964 Volkswagen Camper
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