Adding further rarity to the equation, 1963 was the last year that the 23-window Bus came to American shores, and this one packs even more coveted options, such as its $800 “Safari” split windows, which open from the bottom, and its “walk through” front seats, which came in place of a bench.
The boot of the Bus comes fitted with a matching set of luggage as well as a vintage Dr. Pepper cooler, a perfect compliment to the Eriba Puck camper’s sink, dining table, twin beds, and two-burner stove. Power comes courtesy of a rebuilt 50 horsepower 1585cc single-port engine, which is prompted by a four-speed manual gearbox.
While millions and millions of Type 2 Volkswagen Buses have been built over the years, the rarest of the bunch still garner sky high prices. Expect this lovely two-tone turquoise-and-blue-white Bus to be no different.
Photo Credit: Nathan Leach-Proffer/RM Auctions