Fun VW bus! Still presentable older green/white paint with some chips and bubbles. Interior is black and gray cloth with a rear bench seat that folds into a bed. Alpine stereo with amplifier. Tachometer and CHT, oil temp and oil pressure gauges. LeCarra steering wheel.
Excellent running 2110cc engine with 268 cam, dual 40 mm weber carbs with 44mm venturis, 75 amp alternator, full flow oil system with filter, new hoses for oil cooler, new clutch/Kennedy pressure plate, new clutch cable and flywheel, battery cover and wirelooms, A1 exhaust. 4 speed manual transmission with Scat shifter.
Mercedes SLK wheels with front disc brakes. Lowered front on adjustable beam. Lowered rear on boomerang shackles. Undercoated with POR15. Replaced and resealed fuel tank. Chrome bumpers.
Runs and drives great. Ready to go.
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