CLASSIC 1971 VOLKSWAGEN T2 EARLY BAY POP TOP CAMPERVAN FOR SALE. 1584cc RHD, Manual, Petrol. The bodywork on this camper is in very good condition and the vehicle is garaged when not in use. Inside, some work is required to restore it to its full former glory but it is perfectly usable and the pop top elevating roof works well to create sleeping space for two with its foldaway bunks while the rear rock and roll seat can be folded flat to create sleeping for two more while also benefiting from two additional seat belts for travelling. To the right of the sliding door is a sink and drainer to the left is a slide out hob cooker plus grill enabling cooking outside. This particular camper benefits from a rear stored spare wheel, radio/CD player which also has auxiliary socket (great for playing music through phone) Outdoor Revolution Cayman Mini Air Driveaway Awning, gas bottle, roof rack, leather cab seats, leisure battery, 4 x seat belts, side awning, clever storage space throughout, many original features. Wear and tear commensurate with age and overall in very good order for the year, will obviously require ongoing love and attention to maintain / improve its condition. MOT JUL19 and a great runner. Viewing a must and will make a wonderful purchase / investment at 13995. Contact Noel for further information, plenty more pictures plus a video. Part exchange welcome and finance available. This vehicle is located in Somerset.
The mileage on this vehicle was correct at the time of valuation, however the vehicle remains in use by the Seller until the point it is sold, therefore the mileage at the time of sale may be higher than that advertised.
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