This RHD VW Bay Window was built in Hanover, Germany in 1975 ahead of delivery to Great Britain on the 27th May 1975. We have confirmation from Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen that this vehicle was built for the right hand drive market and it is confirmed the vehicle still retains its original engine meaning this is a matching numbers example. The VW was subject of some major restoration work back in 2008 and since then has been in regular use, covering over 40,000 miles. Clearly this is a Camper that can be driven with absolute confidence and is ideal for long distance trips, holidays and general classic motoring.
Restoration work in 2008 included major bodywork and we have thousands of pounds worth of receipts documenting this. The body was totally stripped down and treated to quarter panels, rear cross member, inner and outer wheel arches, outriggers, jacking points, rear floor, sills, rear bulkhead, inner bulkhead, 'B' posts, seating panel, front floor and complete outer centre floor panel. The bodyshell was then painted and treated to various new rubbers and seals. The VW was then re-fitted with new bumpers, headlights, indicators, hub caps and mirrors. The VW was subject of a
1975 volkswagen camper rhd restored german
West Knapton, North Yorkshire