Volkswagen T1 Kombi 1966 completely restored This is a 1966 Volkswagen T1 Kombi. This bus with ‘walkthrough’ is in a magnificent and completely restored condition. The car has two-tone paint and appropriate interior. The car has a 1800CC engine, double Weber carburators and gearbox with changed gear ratios for better achievement and more comfort. So a T1 in topcondition, ready for lots of driving fun. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
The T1 was produced in Germany until 1967, however, the T1 still was made in Brazil until 1975. This beautiful kombi from 1975 was found by accident, hidden in a barn behind closed doors and covered under a plastic. The proud owner was able to manage a 'placa preta' which means a black licence plate. Only oldtimers with more than 85% of originality will receive this special licence plate, which makes it very interesting as a collectors item because of it's historic value. This kombi is in a very good shape. New paint, engine working perfect and many other. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl
This is a very rare Wolfsburg built Volkswagen T1 Delivery Van. Supplied new in San Francisco, and finished in its original (and only available) colour Dove Blue. These early Vans are almost impossible to find, as often neglected or just converted to a Samba bus. This example is very correct and original. It starts on the button, and ready to go anywhere. A perfect addition to any Volkswagen or Porsche collection.
Lowered price from €33.500 -> €27.950 Ex-Brazilian The early versions of the T1 until 1955 were often called the "Barndoor" (retrospectively called T1a since the 1990s), owing to the enormous rear engine cover, while the later versions with a slightly modified body (the roofline above the windshield is extended), smaller engine bay, and 15" roadwheels instead of the original 16" ones are nowadays called the T1b (again, only called this since the 1990s, based on VW's restrospective T1,2,3,4 etc. naming system.). From the 1964 model year, when the rear door was made wider (same as on the bay-window or T2), the vehicle could be referred to as the T1c. 1964 also saw the introduction of an optional sliding door for the passenger/cargo area instead of the outwardly hinged doors typical of cargo vans. In 1962, a heavy-duty Transporter was introduced as a factory option. It featured a cargo capacity of 1,000 kg (2,205 lb) instead of the previous 750 kg (1,653 lb), smaller but wider 14" roadwheels, and a 1.5 Le, 31 kW (42 PS; 42 bhp) DIN engine. This was so successful that only a year later, the 750 kg, 1.2 L Transporter was discontinued. The 1963 model year introduced the 1500 engine – 1,4