Lot 246 - 1967 Volkswagen Kombi T2
|Result||Sold - £28,000|
- Photographic restoration
- Rare example
The 1967 Volkswagen Kombi T2, an iconic member of the Volkswagen Type 2 family, is an enduring symbol of the 1960s counterculture and a beloved classic in the world of automotive history. With its distinctive boxy design and split windshield, the Kombi T2 became synonymous with freedom, adventure, and the hippie movement. Its versatile interior could be configured for various purposes, from transporting passengers to serving as a makeshift camper. The rear-mounted air-cooled engine was reliable and easy to maintain. Whether used for road trips, camping, or simply as a people carrier, the Kombi T2 continues to evoke nostalgia and admiration among enthusiasts worldwide.
This stunning 1967 Volkswagen presents well in green and white coachwork which is complemented by a green interior. Imported from Australasia, this rare Volkswagen has benefitted from a comprehensive photographic restoration. Receipts for the work are present, as is a V5C registration document and a file containing various bills, receipts and previous MoT test certificates. The quality of this Volkswagen needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.