Volkswagen T2 1975
Volkswagen T2 1975
Market value: € 31.000-34.000,-
Datum eerste toelating: 30-06-1975
Registratie: Nederlandse papieren
Cilinderinhoud: 4 cilinders, 1600 cc
Afgelezen km. stand: 51672 Km
Rijdende conditie: Ja
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31-5-2021 om 17:00 uur
16-6-2021 vanaf 20:00 uur
5-6-2021 van 10:00 tot 16:00 uur
12-6-2021 van 10:00 tot 16:00 uur
15-6-2021 van 10:00 tot 16:00 uur
The bus is in very good condition. It is totally restorated, It looks like new. The paint of the car is also in very good condition. It has no scratches. It is a real eye catcher. Inside the car there is place for like nine people. There is also a lot of storage room. The seats are made of grey leather and are in good condition. The dashboard is also original and in very good condition.
In 1967 the second generation Type 2 of the Volkswagen busses was introduced, the Panorama bus. This model has large side windows and a curved windshield without a center bar. In addition to external changes, the new copy also had some engine improvements. With 1.6 L and 48 DIN hp (35 kW) the power of the engine was increased.
Different versions of the T2 were also made. The pre-1971 models are called T2a. A transitional model was produced in 1972 and was given the model name T2a / b. A front of the a and rear of the b model are most important features. Type 2s from between 1972 and the early 1980s are named T2b, and the term T2c refers to the raised roof buses that were built specifically for American market traders in the early 1990s.
The T2 was first built in Germany, then in Mexico and then in Brazil. From model year 2006, a liquid-cooled engine (a 1.4 liter with 78 hp) was installed, bringing the era of the air-cooled boxer engine to an end. The last T2 was built on December 20, 2013; the type no longer meets Brazilian safety requirements. The number of vehicles produced was around 80,000. To get a good idea of the car, we advise you to come to one of the viewing days.