Gateway Classic Cars is proud to represent this Brazilian imported
1970 Volkswagen Split-Window Bus! The first generation of the
Volkswagen Type 2 with the split windshield, informally called the
Microbus or Splitscreen, was produced from March 1950 through the
end of the 1967 model year. In late 1967, the second generation of
the Volkswagen Type 2 (T2) was introduced and known for its Bay
Window windshield. The VW Brazilian buses doesn't follow the same
timeline as the German models. The production of the Brazilian VW
Bus started in 1957 at the VW plant in So Bernardo, an industrial
district in surroundings of So Paulo. Its production lasted until
1975 when it was replaced by the VW Bus Bay Windows model, which
was built up to 2013.This particular 1970 model is known as a 15
Window Kombi. This bus was imported from Brazil in 2019 following a
restoration and has enjoyed a slow costal life since. Power is sent
to the rear wheels by the infamous air-cooled 1600cc 4-Cylinder
motor backed by a 4-Speed Manual Transmission. This vehicle is
finished in a two tone White and Tan over a beautifully redone
interior. If you're in the market for a late production Type 1 VW
Bus, this 1970 15 Window Kombi should be a top contender!
1970 Volkswagen Bus
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