1967 VW T1
Year of manufacture7/1967
Mileage16 900 km / 10 502 mi
Number of doors3
Number of seatsmore
Performance44 PS / 33 kW / 44 BHP
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The VW T1, also known as the Volkswagen Type 2 or the "Microbus," is a classic van produced by Volkswagen from 1950 to 1967. It is one of the most iconic and recognizable vehicles in automotive history. Thus, the T1 played a significant role in popularizing the concept of the minivan.
The VW T1 was designed as a versatile commercial vehicle and people carrier. It featured a distinctive, boxy shape with a forward control layout, where the driver sat over the front wheels. This design allowed for maximum interior space utilization, making it ideal for various applications, including cargo transportation and passenger carrying.
The T1 initially featured an air-cooled, rear-mounted engine, which provided simplicity and reliability. The engine is a four-cylinder 1.5 liters, which was the strongest you could get in the T1, with improved power and performance compared to the earlier versions.
One of the defining characteristics of the VW T1 is its timeless design. It has a friendly and approachable appearance, with a two-tone color scheme and a large, V-shaped front grille. The split front windshield and the round headlights further contribute to its distinctive look. The T1's design has become an enduring symbol of the 1960s counterculture and the hippie movement.
The VW T1 gained significant popularity in the United States, where it became associated with the "flower power" and "hippie" lifestyle. Many T1s were customized and decorated with colorful paintwork, psychedelic designs, and peace symbols. It was also commonly used as a camper van, providing a mobile living space for road trips and adventures.
Even after production of the T1 ceased in 1967, its popularity and cultural significance endured. The VW T1 has since become a highly sought-after collector's item and an icon of automotive history. Restored and well-preserved is our T1 due to a large restoration of the body and the engine.
The indicated mileage has been taken from the odometer.
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