Nice Roofrack included!
This is a beautiful "matching numbers" 1972 VW bus in beige and white, interior super nicely done in black and white. CLEAR CALIFORNIA TITLE. Engine was serviced and partly rebuilt in early 2017. Brakes were just serviced and many brake parts replaced with brand new parts. This car was just finished a few weeks ago. Contact me for appointments to see the bus! Serious buyers only! vehicle location is San Diego.
FULL DESCRIPTION: In the following description I am trying to list most of the work that was done. I am trying to describe the vehicle as good and detailed as I can.
EXTERIOR: Painted in dual color paint job in light beige and white. The paint job was done well. It looks very original (not too glossy). Paint job was done in December 2016. Rims and bumpers painted in white. New original VW emblem was purchased and installed. It is the real original emblem. These are expensive ($200) and hard to find . New chrome mirrors installed. New antenna installed. New chrome hub caps installed. Many more new chrome parts installed. New sliding door rubber installed. New trunk rubber installed. New blinker and reflector lenses installed. New windshield and windshield weatherstrip installed.
INTERIOR: The interior of the bus was done very nicely and originally. Finest materials were used. The color combination is off white, and black. Interior is complete with 3 passenger rear and 2 passenger center bench. Seats and benches are done in a nice black leather with beige strips. The headliner was redone very original in white. The panels are the original black panels. Carpets are new black rubber carpets. Everything is ver nice and original. Windows: All window work and open and close fine. Locksmith made brand new original looking keys for doors and ignition switch.
ENGINE: The engine was serviced and partially
rebuild in 2017: New piston rings, gasket set, seals, spark plugs
installed. Oil changed. New electric fuel pump installed.
BRAKES: New brake discs right and left installed. New brake booster installed. New brake pads installed. General brake service done.
TRANSMISSION shifts great and all gears stay in gear.
ELECTRIC: Some electric was rewired. New gaskets and light bulbs installed. New blinker switch bought and installed. This was very expensive and super hard to fin since 1972 is a one year model.The bus has an original radio and speakers. Currently the radio is not connected. I thought it is the best to leave it up to the new owner how he or she would like to have the entertainment set up. New ignition switch installed. Head lights work, blinkers work, hazard lights work. New horn installed.
I could keep on talking, but just see all photos for details! Beautiful VW VAN. Roof Rack is optional. It looks very clean from below too. TRUE California Car. ALL NUMBERS ARE MATCHING. SEE PHOTOS
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