The T1 was produced in Germany until 1967, however, the T1 still was made in Brazil until 1975, when it was modified with a 1968-79 T2-style front end and big 1972-vintage taillights into the so-called "T1.5" and produced until 1996. The Brazilian T1s were not identical to the last German models (the T1.5 was locally produced in Brazil using the 1950s and 1960s-era stamping dies to cut down on retooling, alongside the Beetle/Fusca where the pre-1965 body style was retained), though they sported some characteristic features of the T1a, such as the cargo doors and 5-stud (205 mm bolt circle) rims. Brazil production air-cooled vehicles (including the VW Brasilia) are a rare find and usually sought after by collectors.
•Colors green / off white •Certificate of originality, official collectors item •New interior design and seats in leather •Original rubber VW carpets •New chromed rims and white walls •Engine ok and working, drives great •Bigger engine, 1900 cc, 55 kW, from the late 80's •Paint in very good condition •Original VW chromed logo •Original VW chromed rims with charming white walls •All locks changed and working •Luggage rack •Very charming bus, a real eye catcher.
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