The bus is a factory built RHD early bay. The bus was sourced in Australia shipped to the U.K. Upon arrival we stripped, blasted and then any welding required was carried out. The bus is painted in Guineau blue and Pastel white by Brick Kiln racing to the highest standard.
The previous owners spec'd so many extras along with the very rare facrory option of front middle seat that is removable. So this bus is a 5 seater with seat belts for all. Coupled with the upgraded engine package and modern braking and power steering and this stunning early bay really is able to keep up with modern traffic with ease.
The bus has one of our G'day 4 berth pop top roofs installed with a lovely blue striped canvas. The interior is an Oak compact with the upgraded side and rear wardrobe. The engine is a brand new 1641 VW heritage engine with upgraded twin Delloroto 36mm carbs and a stainless steel vintage speed exhaust.
The bus is lowered with uprated disc brakes and higher ratio gearbox. We have installed power steering too as well a solar panel!!
Less than 3500 miles since build. stored in heated garage and serviced by us twice a year.. an amazing oppurtunity to secure a ready to go Classic early bay. Right hand factory so sliding door is kerb side. Bus isnt converted from LHD nor a modern poorly made Brazilian bus.
You could not supply us with a shell and have a bus built to this spec for this price and no one else comes close on quality or RHD vw campers for sale.
A truly stunning as new 1970 early bay for sale. ready to go now. RHD vans like this are very rare.
£33 995. 1979 Devon Moonraker. 4 berth in original condition. 42 000 miles from new on its 2 litre engine and box. Garaged its whole life. Full service history pretty much all stamps are from South Hereford VW garage. every MOT, solid provenance
Now sold and being prepared with lots of upgrades for the new owners. If you want a camper van be quick as we have huge interest at present.
Sold to a really lovely couple from West Sussex who are now putting their own stamp on 'Bertie'.
A lovely Australian bus sold to the first viewing and off to Berkshire.