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1964 VW 21 Window Deluxe Microbus Full Restoration   Price: 105,900.00
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION! 1964 Volkswagen 21 Window Deluxe Samba***This is our beloved bus "Opal" She received a full Concourse Restoration by Lenny Copp's West Coast Classics in California. This van was painstakingly restored in 2014 to a museum quality specimen that baffles the mind. This is a flawless piece of restored history that words can't describe. This van drives better than it did when it left the factory. The Interior, Exterior, and Undercarriage down to the last stitch is returned to like new condition. The engine and transmission was brought to "0" time overhauled and new standards. $105,900.00 DON'T BE SCARED TO MAKE AN OFFER! Contact Jenny or Clinton Pye (Nine Seven Two)-273-9606.

*********The first generation of the Volkswagen Type 2 Bus with the split windshield, informally called the Microbus, Split screen, or Splittie among modern fans, was produced from March 1950 through the end of the 1967 model year.

The 1963 model year introduced the 1500 engine – 1,493 cc-- as standard equipment to the US market producing 51 horsepower. Among American enthusiasts, it is common to refer to the different models by the number of their windows. The basic Kombi or Bus is the 11-window (a.k.a. three-window bus because of three side windows) with a split windshield. The DeLuxe model featured eight rear side windows and two rear corner windows, making it the 15-window. In addition, the sunroof DeLuxe with its additional eight small skylight windows are, accordingly, the 23-window. From the 1964 model year, with its wider rear door, the rear corner windows were discontinued, making the latter two the 13-window and 21-window respectively. The 23-window and later 21-window models were nicknamed “Samba.”

The Volkswagen Samba, is also known as Sunroof Deluxe, was the most luxurious version of the T1. Volkswagen started producing Sambas in 1951. Instead of a sliding door at the side the Samba had two pivot doors. In addition, the Samba had a fabric sunroof. Sambas were painted standard in two colors. The upper part was colored white and on this example the body was Turquoise. The two-colored sections were separated by a decorative strip. Further the bus had a so-called "hat": at the front of the van the roof was just a little longer than the car itself to block the sun for the driver. This is one of the finest restorations on the market today.
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