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1964 Volkswagen Standard Bus

Written By Admin on Nov 28, 2013 | 9:37 PM


A beautifully restored 1964 11 window walk thru standard Volkswagen Bus not for sale. The bus has been painted Turkis and Blue white and has stainless Wolfgang safaris and six (6) factory side pop out windows.  This bus is extremely solid and RUST FREE. Originally from Las Vegas, NV with no rust repair needed!  Floors, chassis, outriggers, jack points, doglegs, etc all solid and original and rust free.  Everything on the underside of bus has been left in its original rust free condition, including paint color. The exterior has been painted its original colors of Turkis and Blau White two-stage paint, ppg nason base.  The interior is painted Turkis rather than white. The original paint is retained on the ashtray, and radio block off plate.  The bumpers are German originals that have been sand blasted, epoxy primed, and painted in the correct color of Silver white. The rear bumper has new brackets, new over riders, and towel bars.

Volkswagen Transporter
Year 1964
Type T1C
Model 11 Window Standard Bus
Color Blue White and Turquoise
Engine 1915cc Dual Carb
Made in Germany
Condition Excellent



There are new Wolfgang stainless safaris window kit up front, 6 factory side pop out windows with original frames which have been powder coated and painted to match. All original side glass, front cab glass, and rear hatch glass. All new rubber seals on windows, doors, bump stops, etc.

A complete new wiring harness from Wiring Works and a new 12 volt battery have been installed. The original rare trip odometer was refurbished and reinstalled; both mirror arms are original to the bus, as is all the glass, door frames, doors, etc.  There are new bulbs throughout, new headlight assemblies, new turn signal lenses, tail lenses, etc.

The interior is superb and is complete with new headliner, new VW door panel kit in Como green, hand stitched seat stand wraps, and new seat covers on all seven (7) seats. The front and rear seats are original split window seats and the middle seat is from a later bus.  There are new rubber cargo mats front and rear, new seat stand covers under the front seats, new pedal pads, and a new turn signal switch. The overhead vent assembly was disassembled and refurbished with new seals, etc.  The hinge covers in the rear are new as well as new side, upper and lower panels in the luggage area.  Also, a new steering wheel, horn button, and dash grab handle, etc. have been installed.

Mechanically, this bus has been gone through and upgraded for performance and handling with lowering kit and 1915 dual carb motor. Yes, it has been lowered and it is fast!  Handles awesome! There is a CB performance 2 inch narrowed beam up front with all new brake wheel cylinders, hoses, master cylinder, etc. All new tie rods, steering dampener, drag link, shocks, etc.  New lower profile tires. The rear suspension lowered with the best: A Butcher shop straight axle kit with clearance spring plates and type one transmission. No more reduction boxes to slow you down.

The engine is a professionally assembled 1915 cc motor on a brand new case, with counter weighted crank, and all new bearings, cam, lifters, cranks, pistons, cylinders, oil pump, etc. The compression is set conservatively to run cool in this bus. There are big dual Italian Dellorto 40’s to make it scoot down the road. A custom external oil cooler mounts to the bumper bracket. The breather kit is mounted behind shroud, a serpentine belt pulley system installed, roller bearing accelerator tube mount, and powder coated engine tins. The engine compartment is fully painted in single stage Turkis paint with new seals, etc.

Overall a fantastic 1964 VW Bus which runs, drives, and looks great! A bus in this extremely rust free and mechanically sound condition is getting hard to find. The proud for owner this classic Bus.




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