1957 VW Splitty Kombi
1957 VW Splitty Kombi
|Mileage Indicated||27 4475km|
|Engine||1.6L 4 Cylinder|
|Interior Colour||Black leather|
Crafted from a panel van and meticulously restored from the ground up by a true visionary, this stunning VDUB Splitty captures the heart. Every inch of this bus has undergone an extensive restoration, leaving no expense spared. From the meticulous preparation for its mesmerizing orange and black Cali decal-adorned exterior to the immaculate interior customization, this Splitty exudes excellence.
Unlike any other, this bus stands out with its unique paint and restoration. Its value only grows by the day, making it a smart investment. Step inside, and the bay doors reveal a cool, inviting space that transports you to the beach before you even arrive. But that’s not all – the 1600cc Twin port, air-cooled engine powers this beauty, offering a blend of power and comfort while retaining the original air-cooled charm. The engine’s prowess is channeled through a precise 4-speed manual transmission, delivering a smooth power band and a solid, reliable performance.
In all, this is one of the finest buses we’ve ever encountered, so outstanding that we’d be tempted to live in it ourselves. Yet, its true beauty lies in hitting the open road with friends and family. Seize the opportunity to win it and savor memorable cruises with your loved ones.
Frequently Asked Questions
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