For Sale

At present we have the following VW's for sale: A very rare 1975 Karmann ghia TC. A 1972 Westfalia has recently been purchased even as a rare 1979 Adventure Wagen highroof "whale tail".

Very rare 1975 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


To be expected: 1972 Westfalia

Nice 1972 crossover model Westfalia camper with cool BRM wheels. The outside used to be pastelwhite all over, but has been repainted many years ago in a red and white colour scheme. The red paint is seriously faded, but this creates a nice patina look. The bus is pretty solid, although some metal work is required on the lower front windshield edge, battery tray and lower door section. The camper-interior is complete and usable, however the front seats need some TLC. Equipped with a 1700cc pancake engine with dual carbs. The bus is running and driving.

To be expected early january in our shop.

The car still has the Californian Title. All taxes and custom clearance has been paid.

To be expected:
Original paint 1979 Adventure Wagen "whale tail"

Very rare late bay Adventure wagen hightop "whale tail". We purchased this car from the family after the second owner passed away. Due to the high age of this man, the car has been garaged for years! The 2000cc FI engine runs, but definitely needs a tune up after all those years of being parked. Technical condition must be checked thorougly too, before any APK/TUV/MOT.

The car still wears it's original paint in agate brown L86Z and Mexico beige LE1M. Usual wear and tear which can be expected on a 40+ year old car. The interior is in amazing original and very nice condition!! The curtains are very brittle.  The car is solid, although the battery tray needs some welding. Two windows are missing, front window has a crack, several seals are dried out.

To be expected in november at our shop.

This car still has a USA Title. All taxes and custom clearance has been paid.