23 Window Samba 86,500 miles £64,995
Volkswagen Type 2 23 Window Samba 1963 A registration. Cream over dark red with matching beautifully re-trimmed interior. This very rare bus is a genuine German built 23 windows, which was supplied new to the German Embassy in Mexico City as their Minibus, they sold it in 1969. There is a birth certificate to show its authenticity. The interior has been kitted out by a cabinet maker in American Walnut and it looks superb. Rock and Roll bed, central table, cooker, USB connectors, Bluetooth, amplifier, speaker system, and full sunroof. Also, it has been fitted with a brand new 1600 updated engine. It completed a trip from Chicago to Santa Monica in 2016 via Route 66 by the last owner before he shipped it to the UK. A 23 Window Split-Screen Samba really is the quintessential Type 2 and it’s not often you see one out and about. While ‘iconic’ is an overused word, a Samba is certainly worthy of such an accolade, and this is a very presentable example. £64,995 any inspection welcome.