This 1974 Volkswagen 21-Window Microbus Re-Creation underwent a
two-and-a-half-year nut-and-bolt restoration. It is powered by the
original 1500cc 4-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual
transaxle. During the restoration, the complete drivetrain was
refurbished, including the engine, gearbox, differential and
reduction boxes as well as a new carburetor was installed along
with a vacuum advanced electronic ignition distributor, ignition
coil, spark plugs and wires. The suspension, steering and braking
systems were also refurbished with new parts as well as the 12-volt
electrical system. Finished in the classic two-tone theme of Pearl
White top and Mouse Grey bottom exterior it features eight chrome
framed panoramic samba windows, a retractable ragtop canvas
sunroof, a split windshield with safari windows, a wider trunk lid
and a roof rack and ladder that combines stainless steel and wood.
The interior features a walk-through concept with seating for
seven, a double floor and a Samba model clock. It rolls on 14-inch
painted wheels with chrome hubcaps. The scope of this project was
to carry out the restoration, having as reference the classic
models manufactured in Germany in the 1960s. To do this
successfully, the Technical Check List of T�V - H Certification
from Germany was adopted as a technical standard reference with the
restoration being completed by Kiekhofel Auto Parts and
1974 Volkswagen Bus
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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