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Original 40hp motor, looks to be complete, setup to original German specifications minus its Brazilian fuel pump. Original paint, minus the apron, still exists in the engine compartment. Original VIN tag is in place, too.
- All original SO-23 wood cabinets (this particular model equipped with the icebox)
- Complete tables and latches
- Plexiglas breadbox
- Emka cups
- Sisal mat
- Hardware and Latches (in working order, and hard to find for SO-23)
- All Westfalia Hooks
- Interior Paint
- 70 MPH clear needle speedo
- 61,458 miles the seller sold the to us as an original mile bus, there are definite signs that this is possible
- The interior from its steering wheel, horn button, black knob switches, clear needle speedo, Bendix Sapphire I radio with all correct knobs, all show signs of a low mile vehicle that have not been torn apart like most of the 52 year old buses
- Front seat in its original grey material
- Upholstery is original, but hand stitched
- Enders Stove
- Interior Cabinet Mount intact, along with electric switch for gas heater
- Gas Heater still intact, along with its original Westfalia snorkel and clamp
- Commercial Cardboard Sun visor
- Rear Marble Mat
- Cargo Net
- Trim around hatch top
- Interior Forward Cabin Grey Roof Panels
- All bed hardware, original
- 15 inch bus rims
- Pointed Bus Bumpers
- Westfalia Tent Roof Clamps
- Red Curtains, replaced with a close match (exact match is possible, please inquire, we will forward you to vendor).
- Plaid seat covers, with close replacement (exact match is possible, please inquire, we will forward you to vendor). Original plaid is underneath, but we have not inspected it.
- Exterior Paint redone in Red and White (original colors are L53 Sealing Wax Red and L472 Beige Grey).
- Tires replaced with Radial Tires. If you’re a purist a new set of Bias Ply tires along with an outside re-spray in Sealing Wax Red and Beige Grey paint will create an entirely different
The bus appears to be accident free and extremely dry. It is intact and in solid metal. The only spot that we would recommend replacing is the battery tray and the lower rear corner, as today there are better standards of metal offered. The underneath chassis is rock solid. And from the rockers up, also rock solid. Surface rust on the front floor where its original paint still shows, but this can be easily cleaned up.