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For sale: 1967 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon Kombi

Technical specifications

Item location:
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Extended Passenger Van
Engine size:
Number of cylinders:
Drive type:
Interior color:
As seen.
Leather Seats
Vehicle Title:
Contact the seller / ! Report


About VW Samba in BrazilWere produced from 1960 Brazil by the year 2014. from 1960 to 1975 it has the same body of VW Samba that was produced in Germany until 1967. called T1 body. with split windows in front. T1 body in Brazil have options of 11. 13 and 15 windows. 21 and 23 windows were not manufactured in Brazil. if you find any sale certainly the top was customized. Another option available in Brazil with T1 Body was the pick-up Simple cabin. We have Double cab option. however these were manufactured in Brazil only after 1982 and therefore already has T2 body. Only in Brazil was made an extremely rare version of VW Samba know as VW Samba with 6 ports. She is the only one in the world that has 3 doors on the left and three doors on the right. In the 70s in Brazil. there was a lack of Taxis and VW developed this car to meet local demand for public transport. now rare units is running in our country and therefore in Brazil is the most expensive model of all. About this bus on the pictures:Full restored. engine. paint and engine. It's 1500cc. 12V. ready to drive everywhere. A perfect 1967 VW Bbus ready to be shipped to you. FAQ:1. Okay. I like the bus but How I will buy a car that is oversea and receive what I am buying?Well this is a question that 10 out of 10 people who send e-mail asks. The first thing you should keep in mind is that any purchase involves risks. if you buy a used car at a nearby store to your home you can discover obscure defects few days later. so there will always be a risk and I will try to answer the main questions:2. How can I pay ?There are 3 forms of payment:1) T/T. You will transfer the full amount in advance2) Payment LC (Letter of Credit). Check this link in order to Understand how it works http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Letter_of_credit3) Cash on collect. If want to come to Brazil I'll be more than happy to receive you here and take you to a nice "Churrascaria" (barbecue house). 4) PayPal: Will be accepted only for a US$ 500 deposit (nonrefundable). You may know there is many scammers around. if you're honest as I am you know it's not safe receiving full payment by PayPal for a car sale. so Scammers do not waist your time. 3. How to ensure that the car is in the photo is what I get?Honestly speaking. only if you catch a plane. comes to my address. Pick up the bus. drive to the nearest port. wait seal the container. hope the ship does not sink into the ocean and open this container in person before the customs agent. so I’d say: Impossible. But there are ways to significantly decrease risks:• When making the US$ 500 down payment we will begin the process of sending documents to you. such as: Brazilian Car Document. copy of passport and car photos whenever possible. • For example. In any import process to Brazil. I always hire a cargo agent in Brazil that makes contact with another cargo agent abroad. example: China. My local shipper will contact a shipper in China and the Chinese shipper will contact the seller and confirms what will be shipped. ex: "Ok. A VW bus. green color. year 67 in the name of John Smith. " Then. shipper in China will be responsabile by receiving the bus at the port. takes a couple of picture in order to confirm what he have received and he sends photos to me and to my local agent in Brazil. including the container seal number. Once the boarding process is completed the chinese shipper will ship to me by courier the Bill of Landing witch is the document mandatory worldwide to release a cargo at its destination. If you come to negotiate with me. I have my own cargo agent in Brazil and one in at your destination (comum destination such as US. UK. Germany). they will be responsible for contacting you and keep you informed from the boarding process in our port until the arrival of buses in its port of destiny. If you feel more comfortable hiring your own cargo agent in the your contact who has a representing here in Brazil. feel free to put him in touch with me. I’ll be pleasure to assist him/she. 4. Ok. Settled doubts about how to pay and receive I wonder how I will Tittle this car in the US?The first thing you should notice is the customs clearance. if you hire a customs agent (usually the shipper also makes this job) things will be pretty simple. Remember that the according to the US laws. you must pay 2. 5% import duty (UK 5%) on old vehicles over the value stated on the invoice. so consider this expense in the purchase of this bus. In The US. after clearance process is completed you'll have to take the car to a DMV office for inspection. after inspection you'll have to translate and notorize braziliam papers in order to get your US title and plates. Check more information about it at DMV website in US or DLVA in the UK. 5. How much cost to send a bus to the USAbout US$ 1. 500 for a 20 'container (1 bus). If you want to buy 2 buses. we can send both in a container 40' buy an estimate cost of US$ 2. 000. It's based on west/east cost and almost the same to Europe. 6. Are there any costs in Brazil ?Yes. US$ 700. 00. This amount includes: bus documentation. shipping car service to the port and Brazilian port fees. 7. Do you own a dealer?R. No. I don't run a dealer. I'm classic car enthusiast with many contact of car owner. 8. This bus is advertised elsewhere. I reserve the right of selling it out of eBay without prior notice. I'm easy going guy. will try my best to answer any question you have even if it's about this bus. My business is online sales. so drop me a question and will get an answer shortly. Happy bidding

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