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Type 2 / Bus 1949 - 1967 (DE)
The restoration of this 1965 VW E-Z Camper was completed by Deutschland Metal & Body. They are a family owned business with more than 30 years of experience that began as a hobby and turned into a passion.
This Volkswagen, a 15 Window Walk Thru Deluxe, was a 8 month project by Silver Lining Auto Restoration. The bus was discovered in Arizona and then brought to Oregon for restoration. As you can see from the photos this was a complete gut, not a square inch left
Talk about a sweet 1962 VW 11 Window Standard. This Southern California bus completed a recent restoration before it quickly sold on Oldbug.com. Gotta love the traditional Turkish and Blue-White paint scheme. Original listing on OldBug.com.
This is a solid Truck that has been well taken care of. Looks like it is ready to be a daily driver or a fun weekend ride. Truck is for sale by High-Line Motor Sports in Brea, CA. (T) 714-671-0800
Built June 13, 1967, chassis number 237135440. If you know VW history, you’ll know this bus built weeks before the Volkswagen Werke. A holiday that closed down the entire factory for a couple of weeks. Those were the days! This bus lived a sheltered lif
Exterior: As you can see from the photos, this 1965 Volkswagen T1 is in great condition. The paint is like new and the chrome is perfect condition. Door seams are all even and the sliding roof appears to work like the day it came off the assembly line.
This quiz is intended to quiz your knowledge of the history of Volkswagen. Have fun playing!
This 1966 is a rare factory Westfalia Camper S042. Originally delivered to Washington, DC as a special order. In addition to the pop top Westfalia camper package, this Volkswagen includes: front bumper overrides, dual circuit brakes, hazard warning ligh
You can recognize American camper conversion companies most easily by the window type and count. Sundial commonly installed five windows (three on driver side, two on the passenger side) single pane, pop-out windows. Sundial being the most popular of the Amer
1965 VOLKSWAGEN TYPE II 21-WINDOW DELUXE BUS Watch as this bus sells for $302,500 at live Barrett-Jackson auction. This 1965 VW 21-window Deluxe Bus recently sold at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale, AZ auction for $302,500. This bus has undergone a complete r
This 1965 VW Westfalia Camper is in beautiful condition. The auction listing states that it has 60,000 miles on it. Can you believe that? The interior is original throughout and boasts the original date-stamped speedometer. This Westfalia has the original 6-Vo
Source: Sister Mel’s Volkswagen
If you’re not familiar with Kustom Coach Werks from Grand Junction, CO you need to be. For 15 years they have been cranking out really high quality restoration jobs! The following pictures show the process the team goes through in a typical project. This
This beautiful 13 Window Deluxe was manufactured in 1965. The bus was completely restored and rebuilt by the current owner and his father with professional intervention. The restoration took more than four years and the result speaks for itself. The engine
If you’re like me it is very possible that the first VW bus or camper you were exposed to was at a concert or festival. And with that came the understanding that, for some, music and art was more than something you merely do. It is the desire to create a
Although the owner of this 1959 23 Window loves it dearly, it is described as far from a collector’s VW. As an example, the body is a blend of panels, a detail that most of us would miss but certainly does result in a lower retail value. The restoration
A vehicle originally restored to find refuge in the Verde Classics Collection, it is now in the hands of a private collector who purchased it at the Mecum Auto Auction in 2013. Powered by a 1,600 CC engine, this is the happy result of a 6-year restoration to s
This bus left the Hannover factory on 6th July 1964. Supplied to the USA where it has spent its whole life up until recently being imported to the UK.
Lovely old split screen camper originally supplied to Sweden on March 17th 1965
Every once in a while a miracle happens. In some small percentage of cases there are people there to witness. And in even fewer cases the miracle worker documents the entire process like the folks at Cookers Restoration & Fabrication did with this rusty 13
This is a 1964 21-window Deluxe bus. It was manufactured on June 26th, 1964 and left the factory on July 7th, 1964 where it was delivered to San Francisco, USA. Chris has owned this bus for 10 years. He found it in Los Angeles and had it shipped home to Texas
Absolutely amazing how well kept this camper is! I have seen vehicles made in 2012 that are in far worse shape.
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