1971 Volkswagen Kombi Van/Minivan
New clutch, dizzy and carburettor just installed as well as serviced.
The 1600 in these had a bit more horsepower than the beetle engine so they go surprisingly well: it only weighs 1220kg with half fuel (I weighed it)
I recently drove it 1100klm’s in 15 hours only stopping for fuel and a feed and it performed without issue: I should add that about 400klm’s of the 1200 were in heavy rain and it wasn’t washed for the photos.
This is an Australian delivered Kombi, not an Indo import, there’s not much needed dollar wise to make this close to a perfect daily driver.
Only selling as I need space: I do have a few other things to sell and this is one I prefer to keep but whatever sells first has to go.
I've had to sell off a few of my toys of late and I'm sick of arrogant idiots telling me what they'll pay for 'my' stuff, who think 'cash' means half price and dreamers who think their low budget is my problem.
$28,000 is the price, it is not up for offers so if you’re short then do what you normally would and see a finance company or broker just like you do when you buy from a stealership and pay more than double the price what they paid at auction.
This is a registered, driving kombi that will only go up in value: it may not be a splittie but it drives better... and when was the last time you saw a proper Lowlight with oval rear lights and haw many are there for sale? specially registered
Kombi is at Oran Park, inspection invited, payment in cash or bank transfer/cheque but funds must be cleared before release.
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