This is an Original Factory 21-Window Samba Bus "walk through" with VW Certificate of Authenticity. It features seating for seven passengers, side door entry, eight skylights, sliding ragtop, 6 pop-out windows and safari windows.
The restored wheels and new tires capped with German-made VW hubcaps finish the ride.
Engine: Dual port heads w/dual Sollen 40/44 Carbs (recently tuned w/new Bosch super Plugs) New valve rocker cover gaskets, 4 speed manualThe Color is ocean blue and cumulus white, new paint in 2017
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