For Sale

At present we have the following VW's for sale: A very rare 1974 Karmann ghia TC,  a 1970 early bay highroof Adventure Wagen and a very original, unmolested 1967 Brazilian 15-window bus.

Unmolested 1967 Brazilian 15-window SOLD!

Unlike most of the brazilian splitbuses, which are hacked up, bondo'ed, incomplete, etc. we purchased this 100% original example. Bought from the 2nd owner, mostly original paint, never restored. Comes with all the seats (original upholstery), documentary and a full lenght roof rack. The car runs, drives, stops and stears, but all technics must be checked before any TUV/MOT/APK.

Sorry, this bus is SOLD!!

This car still has the Brazilian Title. All taxes and custom clearance has been paid.

1970 eary bay Adventure wagen      !!SOLD!!

Very nice and pretty rare Adventure wagen hightop. Runs and drives, starts right up. Good tyres, new carb, brakes are recently redone. The interior needs TLC. 1600 cc engine. The body needs metal work on the usual area's: inner rocker left side, vertical plate behind the front wheels, battery tray, lower windshield edge. The cab floor sections L+R were repaired in the past. We found this vehicle in the South of Canada, next to the Washington border.

Sorry, this bus is SOLD!!

This car still has the Canadian Title. All taxes and custom clearance has been paid.

Very rare 1974 Karmann Ghia TC!!

Beautiful VW sportswagen from the 70's!! Bought from the second owner and still wears it's original attractive yellow paint for appr. 2/3 of the car. No rust on this beauty!! Some minor metal work has been done to the bottom years ago and the rest of the car is dry and solid. Complete with all the correct chrome trims and bumpers. Some small dents and the usual wear and tear you can expect on a 45 year old car. The 1600cc (65BHP) engine runs strong, the gearbox shifts smooth. The brakes, light, horn, wipers, etc are all functional. Nice and complete interior. The rear seat shows some signs of age and the roof panelling has some stains.

Update: In the meantime we did a thoroughly technical check on this car: New fuel lines were installed, even as new front brake calipers, new brake lines, master brake cylinder, heater cables, Euro headlights, new tyres and some small stuff. Recently the car passed the Dutch RDW check and now it has a Dutch license plate and is roadworthy! The car has been valued by a registered valuator and he appraised this beauty on € 21.000,-.

Originally there were 3 types of Karmann Ghia's built in the 50's, 60's and 70's. The very common "type 14" (more then 440.000 cars produced), the less common "type 34" (42.505 pieces) and this very rare "TC: Touring Coupe" (only 18.119 cars). The TC's were built in Brazil and were only sold in Southern America. Volkswagen do Brasil never exported these types to Europe, so only a handfull are known to exist in Europe today!!

Price: € 19.500,- OBO