R249,000.00

1972 Volkswagen Crew Cab

 

Transmission: Manual

Mileage: 46528km

Colour: Blue

Since 1950 Volkswagen Kombi’s have been on the roads around the world and with a cult-like following, they just seem to appreciate in value on a yearly basis starting with the T1 Splitty and now the T2 Bay Window’s buses are on the rise too.

One could say the Kombi is the backbone for Volkswagen as they are still building Kombi’s today in different configurations from people carriers to pick-ups and delivery-based vehicles. Kombi’s have carried most likely everything from building supplies, animals, to personel in the armed forces.

 

This brings me to our 1972 Cross- Over T2 Crew Cab. Most likely in its younger days, it was a workhorse for a business, carrying sand and workers to a building site, or parts and engines for a workshop. But today our Cross-Over VW has been stored and customised for a new future and untold stories of adventures to come. To explain the cross over, in 1972 Volkswagen had started to change their tooling to give us the High Light T2 (Meaning the lights would be changing their position from on the front above the wrap-around bumper to have the heads, the rear lights change from been oval to rectangular and much larger. The cross over had low lights on the front and rectangular lights on the back).

With our Kombi, no money was spared to bring it to its current look and feel. The body was taken back to metal and all the issues of rust were sorted out. Then hours of prep and paint, to give her the two-tone black and metallic blue colour scheme. Even the underside of this T2 has been treated and painted.

The black colour has continued in the interior giving a luxurious feel with leather seats, new door cards and black roof lining.

Mechanically the Kombi has a new 1600 Twin Port Engine. The clutch has been replaced and the brakes have been overhauled. The rims have been painted black to match the vehicle and wrapped in some new rubber and to finish this beauty, the chrome work has had some TLC where possible.

Summing up this workhorse, she is in excellent condition and ready for new adventures like daily jobs, carrying people and their toys to happy spaces like the beach or mountains. But if you want more she can do that too.

For a viewing or more information give us a call

 

Location:
Road and Race Automotive, Cape Town
Contact:
Marc – +27 (0) 82 322 9784
Taylor – +27 (0) 64 350 1954
Antony – +27 (0) 74 456 4672
Landline – +27 (0) 21 200 5775
www.roadandrace.co.za


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Description

1972 Volkswagen Crew Cab

 

Transmission: Manual

Mileage: 46528km

Colour: Blue

Since 1950 Volkswagen Kombi’s have been on the roads around the world and with a cult-like following, they just seem to appreciate in value on a yearly basis starting with the T1 Splitty and now the T2 Bay Window’s buses are on the rise too.

One could say the Kombi is the backbone for Volkswagen as they are still building Kombi’s today in different configurations from people carriers to pick-ups and delivery-based vehicles. Kombi’s have carried most likely everything from building supplies, animals, to personel in the armed forces.

 

This brings me to our 1972 Cross- Over T2 Crew Cab. Most likely in its younger days, it was a workhorse for a business, carrying sand and workers to a building site, or parts and engines for a workshop. But today our Cross-Over VW has been stored and customised for a new future and untold stories of adventures to come. To explain the cross over, in 1972 Volkswagen had started to change their tooling to give us the High Light T2 (Meaning the lights would be changing their position from on the front above the wrap-around bumper to have the heads, the rear lights change from been oval to rectangular and much larger. The cross over had low lights on the front and rectangular lights on the back).

With our Kombi, no money was spared to bring it to its current look and feel. The body was taken back to metal and all the issues of rust were sorted out. Then hours of prep and paint, to give her the two-tone black and metallic blue colour scheme. Even the underside of this T2 has been treated and painted.

The black colour has continued in the interior giving a luxurious feel with leather seats, new door cards and black roof lining.

Mechanically the Kombi has a new 1600 Twin Port Engine. The clutch has been replaced and the brakes have been overhauled. The rims have been painted black to match the vehicle and wrapped in some new rubber and to finish this beauty, the chrome work has had some TLC where possible.

Summing up this workhorse, she is in excellent condition and ready for new adventures like daily jobs, carrying people and their toys to happy spaces like the beach or mountains. But if you want more she can do that too.

For a viewing or more information give us a call

 

Location:
Road and Race Automotive, Cape Town
Contact:
Marc – +27 (0) 82 322 9784
Taylor – +27 (0) 64 350 1954
Antony – +27 (0) 74 456 4672
Landline – +27 (0) 21 200 5775
www.roadandrace.co.za