1972 VW Sunroof Deluxe
We imported the bus in 2011 from California so are its only owners in this country. Having lived its life in sunnier climates that body work in good condition. The paint work is almost all original. The bus was well maintained prior to 2016 and due to our circumstances has become very lonely is a dry garage. The bus is an early bay with a large sunroof. It is fitted with a ¾ rock and roll bed, we had the seats and bed re-covered and its in fantastic condition.
Mechanically it may need some maintenance due to its lack of use. However, it was in good working order prior to its solitary life and was fitted with new bearing, new ignition barrel & switch, leads, plugs, coil in 2015. It has a leisure battery fitted with a radio/CD player. As much loved as this bus is we feel it should be on the road with a new family. Also comes with a California highway drive away owning and various new spares we brought. This unfinished project needs a new headliner, interior floor finish and personalising.
Please feel free to contact me on 07786242162 or email email@example.com, viewing would be highly recommended to appreciate this little rare gem. This is a genuine sale through no other reason than our family are now unable to make use. The bus will not be released until funds have cleared into our account, collection arranged following sale.
MOT – expired March 2016
Transmission – Manual
Fuel – Petrol
Seats – 5
Left hand drive
V5 registration document – present
Previously registered overseas – yes
Year – 1972
Manufacturer – Volkswagen
Model – Sunroof Deluxe Microbus
Doors – 4
Body type – Microbus
Colour – blue & white
Engine – 1400
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