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For Sale: 1967 Volkswagen Bus in Lavergne, Tennessee

Vehicle Description

This 1967 Volkswagen Microbus 21 Window Samba is the enduring icon sunroof VW bus that you've always dreamed of having. It's that perfect surf wagon and road trip machine rolled into one irresistible package.

The two-tone turquoise and white is the kind of paint you'd expect from the factory in the 1960s, but it has the telltale luster that lets you know it's a later investment. It's a truly coordinating two-tone with the bumpers and steel wheels painted white. It all makes for a classic that's stylish without being a trailer queen that you'll be afraid to take to the beach. You have full-length De Luxe trim, and the polished VW emblem in the middle of the iconic dipping "V" front makes a striking first impression. Not only is the body impressive, but also this really gets the details right. You see it in places like the headlight surrounds, large side mirrors, and the classic hallmark VW hubcaps that were shared with the Type 1 (AKA, the Beetle.)

Just like the exterior, the interior remains quite faithful to the original style while making sure everything is in good order. As you look over the package, this feels like a European time machine right down to details like the heater in the roof and working German-spec Blaupunkt radio. The fabric and vinyl two-tone on the seats are repeated throughout the interior on the side panels and the stylish bulkhead behind the front seats. So this is not only a great place to spend some time, but also you'll love pulling up to car shows and opening up all the doors so everyone gets a peek. Speaking of being open to the world, the large fabric sunroof is an iconic feature that people love to see. It makes this interior bright and cheery. With all this glass and the open roof, you'll really enjoy this on the road, too. These were great for giving the driver a commanding view. The large factory dual-spoke steering wheel w/Wolfsburg crest, single VDO gauge, and easy-to-reach gearshift should feel a bit familiar to Beetle fans. Plus, with the pop-out dual windshields, nothing beats the old-school breezes this VW bus creates.

Under the rear hatch is the air-cooled, horizontally-opposed 1600cc motor. That's a larger displacement than what was available in 1967, and with desirable dual port heads, but it's hard to visually tell the difference on a VW from a casual glance. What you can really see is the ultra-tidy style of this rebuilt motor with its newer carburetor, generator, fuel pump, distributor, and more. For the driver, it all means an extra kick of power while still retaining the spirit and reliability of the Beetle motor. It fires up easily and runs nicely. Plus, it's linked to the sturdy and versatile four-speed manual transmission, which allows you to get the most out of the motor. It's an unbeatable package that provides that hypnotic air-cooled soundtrack we all love.

This is one of the most sought-after icons of the open road. You may just be headed down the street, but every trip looks like an epic journey to the coast when you're driving a rare Samba bus. Call today!!!

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Volkswagen Bus
  • Listing ID: CC-1579708
  • Price: $90,995
  • Location:Lavergne, Tennessee
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Volkswagen
  • Model:Bus
  • Exterior Color:Turquoise
  • Interior Color:Turquoise
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:95013
  • Stock Number:3180-NSH
  • VIN:257005368
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