This is a 1972 Volkswagen T2 Bay Window Camper Van Danbury conversion with 4 previous owners, and the present owner since 2008.
This Bay Window Camper comes with its original service book carrying 37 stamps through to 104,000 miles. A genuine factory exchange VW engine is recorded as being fitted at 86755 miles, meaning that the present engine has covered around 65000 miles. There is a number of old MOT certificates included. Invoices supplied with the vehicle indicate an alternator conversion has been fitted, new brake calipers, wheel cylinders and brake pads at 146,000 miles. This T2, although tax and MOT exempt, has a full MOT to 9th July 2019. It appears from the documentation the Camper has covered under 1000 miles in the last 6 years. with it being stored in a professional facility for some of that time.
The vehicle is in good all round condition and is finished in white with a grey interior. An upgraded drivers seats has been fitted, but the original one will come with the Camper. An old invoice shows the T2 had Ziebart rust proofing from new, and notes supplied to us by the vendor indicate that the heater channels are not connected, meaning the van has no internal heat source. Additional 12v sockets have been added with power supplied by the leisure battery.
This is a Danbury conversion, and the original awning and poles are present. We are told the awning is waterproof but a couple of poles may be bent, but all still functional.
This is a mechanically and bodily sound bay-window Camper, pre-facelift low light model that runs and drives well with room for improvement to the interior over time if required.
Roman Garages are selling this VW T2 Kombi on behalf of a local owner, and we believe it to be a good example of these increasingly rare cars. We have based our description on the accompanying invoices and service book, with detail provided by the present owner. Call us on 01476 563001 to arrange a test drive.
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