1967 Westfalia Camper For Sale
This particular example I came across at the VW Classic event here in Southern California where it won
first in class against some very stiff competition. At first glance it doesnt jump right out at you in it's subtle paint color and such
but when you do stop for a moment and look closer you realize that thisis no normal restoration...it is a work of art.
Its all in the details when it comes to the quality of a restoration, and this one has taken it to a new level for Campers.
This is a benchmark restoration in my eyes. Ive seen a ton of nice campers over the years but nothing as nice as this.
Here was the first thing that jumped out at me.
The absolutely amazing level of polishing on these windows is something I have never seen on an old
Camper like this...truly awesome. They look like jewelry. I will never look at another camper
window without thinking about these and just how nice they look.
The quality of the paint and body is top notch as well.
The underside of the Bus has also been detailed to a high level.
Not "over-restored" with chrome or uber-glossy finish, but back to factory as it should be.
The engine is one diversion from stock on this Bus and a welcome diversion it is when it comes to actually using the Bus.
These old Campers are pretty heavy when they are all loaded down with the goodies and having a little extra horsepower
is a very good idea for today's highways.
The engine room is extremely sanitary and displays the Dave Rhodes built 2110cc engine beautifully.
Note the Optima gel cell battery, the BMD pulley system and the understated assembly of the engine tins and trimmings.
Very straight down the sides, super smooth rockers.
Fully loaded and ready for adverture!
I would dare say that this Bus is better than new.
Performance exhaust hints at what is below the lid.
Power outlet plug and genuine Hella taillights.
Pop top roof was completey restored and re-gel coated for an absolute factory finish.
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Standard grey door panels with proper clips.
Super clean un-altered dash with the proper 1967 switches and such in place.
Front seats are done in the grey mesh vinyl as original.
Under the mats is super clean.
Visors and fresh air box are well detailed.
Nice paint quality in here and the proper headliner panels are in place.
The finish quality on the woodwork is stunning.
Very very glossy and beautiful.
Pop top canvas is all new and well fitted.
Flip up table with a period radio.
View of the seating and jump seat filler.
Note the power outlet near the floor.
Ice box / dry sink with flip up side table.
Small utensil drawer.
Ice box is very clean inside.
This is not a powered "fridge" it is basically an ice chest on it's side, but they do function well.
Spice rack on the rearward door is in excellent condition.
Beautiful space inside.
Rear seat flips out into a bed.
More beautiful woodwork
Do you see the light?
You will with this classic lantern by Coleman.
(insert game show applause here)
The interior lights work as well...and they give off a great warm glow.
A larger two burner vintage Coleman picnic stove also comes with it.
So there you have it.
Perhaps a few out there will dispute my claims that this may be the best quality Camper restoration yet,
and I welcome them to do that. But I cant possibly see anyone not being impressed with the quality
of what has been done here. It is a stunning Bus that is virtually brand new, and will be a prized
addition to any collection, large or small.
If you want the very best...this may just be your dream Bus.
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