December 2013 marked the end of an era at Volkswagen. The last Type 2 Kombi rolled off the assembly line in Brazil and with it the chapter closed on an impressive 56 year production run. Around the world, this was a vehicle with multiple personalities, available in minibus, pickup and panel van form. From ambulance duty to the camper’s companion, this VW has cemented its place in automotive history. This T1 panel van for sale in Arkansas is done up in Porsche racing livery. After being stored for a number of years, this is a van that is bound to capture the attention of Porschephiles and track day enthusiasts.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1964 Volkswagen Type 2 Panel Van on eBay
Engine: 1.5 liter flat-4
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 66,724 mi
Price: No reserve auction
1964 Walk Through-Sliding Door Panel Bus! Porsche Renndienst (Racing Services) Tribute. I will ship worldwide!
How many of have these have you seen? There is not many out there. This Panel has been stored away in a barn for the past 27 years. All the lights work as they should including the dome light. The wipers work as well. Even the gas gauge works! The horn needs replaced. The original radio is present but the condition is unknown. I have replaced all the brake hydraulics and the brakes work as they should. I have installed a new clutch, pressure plate and throw out bearing. The Transmission shifts as it should and does not pop out of any gears. I have also installed new tires. All of the glass appears to be the original glass. There is very little rust in the panel, it only needs 3 of the jack points replaced. The frame, cargo floors, front floors, and doglegs are in great condition. The battery tray is excellent, it even still has the original battery tie down! Working heat. The working odometer shows 66724 miles have have a written journal that states the engine was rebuilt at 62730 miles (20 years ago) Start easily with no smoke on start up or running. The paint is decent with rock chips and scratches, I would say it is a 6 out of 10. Clear Title. Please text or email me if you have any questions.
I will ship worldwide!
I could definitely see this Type 2 being a great conversation piece for the enterprising Porsche dealership. It’s not in perfect condition, either, which would put the mind at ease when using the vehicle as intended. The seller has this van listed on The Samba at $15,000, which is in the ballpark for what a Type 2 panel van in average condition can pull these days.
The “Porsche Renndienst” livery sucked me in on this one… but the description has me shaking my head. Example: “The original radio is present but the condition is unknown.” You couldn’t turn the knob to see if it works? Ridiculous…
does putting a Porsche decal on a VW make it more valuable? if so maybe I’ll put one on my Durango…..
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