1967 VW 21 Window Microbus , Beautiful Restored Classic

Price: US $105,000.00 Item location: Aguanga, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Volkswagen
  • Model: Bus/Vanagon
  • Trim: 21 Window Deluxe
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 20,000
  • Engine size: 4cyl
  • Transmission: manual
  • Drive type: rwd
  • Options: Sunroof
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1967 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon

1967 VW 21 Window Deluxe Microbus For Sale @ Oldbug.com
1967 VW 21 Window Deluxe Microbus For Sale
There is no denying the appeal of a sunroof deluxe Bus like this.
It is little wonder why they are so highly prized by collectors...they are just so damn cool!
This 1967 model was restored just a few years back and has been driven minimally and stored properly.
The restoration was done in Texas, he car spent some time in Colorado and now it is in Southern California.
The "turkis and blue white" color combo is perhaps the prettiest that VW applied to the Busses in the 60's.
The color combo stopped in 1964...which is a shame...it really is beautiful.
This Bus is fitted with a full set of pop out windows with chrome frames.
Safari front and rear windows are a nice addition as well.
Bpdy and bumpers have the correct aluminum trims.
Body is very straight and smooth on the van
Very clean and attractive and it is a wonderful runner and driver as well.
Brand new wide whitewall radial tires have been fitted.
1967 was the final year for the split front windshield Bus.
In 1968 VW changed the body style greatly.
So pretty
The restoration of this Bus was extensive and it was done from top to bottom.
While not flawless, t shows extremely well and draws an amazing amount of attention
when out on the road.
Chrome and trim is all excellent and as-new.
Chrome nose emblem was a Deluxe model attribute
The "one eyed duck" holder for the wipers allows for the safari windows to be opened.
The antenna with the proper kink to allow the windows to open all the way.
Brand new rubber on the Bus on the proper 14" painted wheels with chrome caps and color matched hubcap trim rings.
The interior in "como green" is lovely!
This is the 9 passenger model with the full width seats in front, enter and rear.
Interior is all like new and was sourced from TMI.
Dash is clean and uncut.
1967 was the first year for the wide radio opening and this has the correct 67 only block off plate in place.
Fresh air box is clean
Floors are excellent and are cleanly painted.
Very nice in here.
Front floors are excellent as well.
Odometer reads just over 20k miles. Not sure how many are on the Bus as a whole but I would estimate
that there are less than 2000 miles on the Bus since completion of the restoration.
Steering wheel and column are done in black and are in very nice condition.
Chrome ashtray is another Deluxe model detail
The dash clock too was only fitted to Deluxe models.
This one is not currently working by the way.
67 was the first year for factory 12 volt electrics ...a great improvement over the 6 volt.
Fire extinguisher fitted for safety.
Out back is a very clean and smooth running stock 1600cc single port engine.
This was fully rebuilt and runs like a top.
It appears quite stock and proper for the year with the exception of the mechanical advance distributor
and replacement fuel pump and carb.
This Bus really runs and drives nice.
Very clean in the corners back here
Even back behind the fuel tank it is painted nice!
Under the engine looks very clean and dry.
Transmission too was fully rebuilt as were the brakes.
The underside is cleanly painted and is very solid.
A few water spots on the belly pan here but a quick wipe down will bring it back to that show car look.
Its clean under here, verything painted nice.
Its not "over the top" when it comes to the finish under here but it is very clean and presentable.
Nice!
Details wise it looks like new
The chrome frames on the pop outs and safari windows is technically not correct but I sure like the way it looks!
Rubber seals are all excellent.
Sweet!
Roof looks excellent, ain gutters are smooth and everything is well finished.
The sunroof cover shows a little age and the headliner underneath the sunroof is fitted incorrectly.
Personally I think I would re-do it just to make it perfect, ut it is clean and fully functional as is.
Easy fix though if you felt the need.
Rear safari window is awesome.
Interior is very clean.
The "jail bars" are present on the rearward windows.
The luggage bar that fits on top of the rear seat back here is not present
(but reproductions are readily available)
Center seat is missing the grab handle as well.
Clean back here
New seats belts have been fitted throughout.
Center seat does have a couple dark spots from something...not sure what.
The upholstery material is all like new throughout though...it looks fresh.
Nice door gaps and body lines.
Headliner is clean.
What a dream machine eh?
Beautiful!
The "M" code tag is present and all the info jives.
The Bus rolled off the line on September 1st 1966 destined for the Port of Boston.
It is a genuine 21 window, seater with the cargo doors on the rights and the full width center seat
Originally it was Velvet Green and White with the mesh platinum interior.
Option codes spell out the US spec bumpers and 6 pop out windows,
seat belt mounts, ealed beam headlights and red taillights and other North American market details.
If you are looking for a super sweet 21 window to play with and enjoy...this one is worth considering!
These models have been climbing in value greatly !
Its a fun toy and a good investment.
Lovely Bus and it is ready for a new home!
Up for bids
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