When the VW T2 was introduced in 1968, the idea of the camper van had long been established and it was impossible to imagine the VW family without the VW campers. As with the T1, kits developed by Westfalia were also available for the TS. These equipment sets bore the names of various European cities, including Oslo, Zurich, Rome, Madrid, Stockholm, Brussels, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin.
This Bulli was built on the 12th of January in 1973 as a mod. 225 Microbus. It was delivered as an 8 Seater Walk through with the 2-3-3 Seat arrangement. Also, it featured a Sliding Sunroof.
The Car was originally delivered in Pastel white and Brilliant Orange and was powered by a 1600 ccm engine. The Interior was in Alabaster (grey) Leatherette.
Nowadays, the Bulli was converted into a Camper and was used as weekend Car at a Marketing Company in Hamburg for their employees. The Camper conversion was done to a very high standard and the Car received a new paint in light blue.
The Car was always well serviced and maintained and is now looking for a new owner and new adventures.
Look through the pictures to get a impression of the Car.
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