Einmalige Campingschönheit von 1960.
Unser Freund Drew aus Californien hat diese Campingschönheit aufgetrieben und bietet Sie jetzt zum Verkauf an. Es handelt sich um einen komplett originalen SO-23 Westfalia Camper.
Der Wagen wurde nie restauriert und ist so komplett wie nur möglich. Wäre das nicht schon genug, ist er noch mit einem Okrasa Motor ausgestattet.
Der Preis liegt bei 55.000 inklusive Steuern, Abwicklung und Transport vor deine Haustüre.
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Hier sind die Details aufgelistet sowie Sie uns der Verkäufer geschickt hat :
1960 Volkswagen SO-23 Westfalia Camper
31,583 Original Miles.
Equipped with OKRASA motor. Original. Joe Ruiz built the motor.
What can I say about this car? Good luck building it. When do you find an original SO-23 for sale in this condition? Are you kidding me? It’s got an Okrasa motor, too? WHAT!
I think it’s best that I just list the options that it comes with.
The entire SO-23 camping interior includes the optional ice box with additional cabinet space.
Breadbox, including EMKA tumbler cups.
Original plaid child’s hammock.
Enders 9065D camping stove Westfalia in excellent condition, with its mounting bracket in the cabinet.
Complete Tent (orange and cream). Early SO-23 changing room, with original bag, including the original stake bag.
Original Westfalia Wood-Slat German Roof Rack.
Clamshell dome lights.
Complete yellow curtain set.
All original bungee cords holding curtains.
Proper yellow and black plaid upholstery on seats and pillows.
Rear cargo net with all clips.
15″ Bus Rims with 6.40″ x 15″ Firestone Bias Ply Tires.
Clear needle speedo.
Rear marble mat.
All panels have original screws. No after market screws, no screws have been turned.
All front grey panels original.
All rear wood panels are original.
The one cargo panel with table, also original.
Both tables present, with original gold trim.
Front seat cover, original upholstery.
Original straight slash cut bumpers. Complete with mounting bracket for tent.
Mounting brackets on roof for tent – also original.
Water tank present, with its switches.
Gas heater, Eberspacher, with Snorkel.
New information as of last night!!!
Regarding its history, the bus was used bought new with all the possible Westfalia optionals and used to tour Europe by a few members of a British family living in Tierra del Fuego, in Argentina’s deep Patagonia. The family, like several other British settlers, own large amount of land down there and are among the first Europeans to settle in that remote part of the world. After touring Europe the bus was shipped to Tierra del Fuego. Being a “territory” and not a province back in the early 60s meant that there were no restrictions or taxes at all for importing any kind of vehicle, new or used. Once in Patagonia, the bus was only used sporadically and spent most of the next 40 years sitting in a barn. All of the original equipment was kept with the bus.
Back in 2004 I was in Tierra del Fuego for work and talking to a local friend about VWs he mentioned that an old bus was stored at one of his family’s warehouses, which had recently arrived from a ranch and was being offered for sale. He said it was already sold to a local painter, who needed a vehicle for his business. I decided to check it out anyway, since it wasn’t far. Seeing the Westy parked in the warehouse was an incredible surprise. All of its equipment was inside. Truly unbelievable.