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VW T1 Deluxe - 23 window. SAMBA. Split window / Sunroof Deluxe.


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1974 856 km Skene - Sweden
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von Braun´s Review

Fantastic 23-window split window Volkswagen T1.
A VW T1 for those who love culture and nostalgia and therefore don't settle for a modern stereotypical bus or camper.
Our T1 Samba represents true 'glamping' on 4 wheels. With its design and color scheme, the interior delivers a wonderfully fresh sense of quality. The fold-out sofa bed, along with a refrigerator, connected water system, and clever storage solutions, creates a magical sense of adventure, even for the most home-loving. With a simple maneuver, the entire rear part becomes a large bed that accommodates a complete family collective in true 60s style. The opening roof solution and bright interior give a spacious and airy impression for delightful summer activities. Everyone knows that air conditioning is an unnecessary and modern invention. In those days, the two front safari windows were opened when the underarm tufts needed airing. Our minibus or 'Bulli,' as the Germans also call it, runs like a small rocket. It catches flashes from speed cameras, not for the high top speed, but to capture live photos of joy on our country roads.

When the T1 Transporter was first introduced in 1950, it was the first in the series that would become known as the Volkswagen Transporter series. It was developed by the Dutch engineer Ben Pon, who had an idea for a practical and versatile transport vehicle. Functionality and charisma were so good that people never lost interest in the concept.

The Samba was a special variant of the T1. To distinguish it from the regular 23 or 21-window Volkswagen van, the name Samba was coined for this model. Instead of a sliding door on the side, the Samba had two swing doors. Additionally, the Samba had an opening canvas sunroof. Volkswagen advertised the idea of using the Samba for tourist trips through the Alps. It was more expensive than the standard models and was considered a luxury version of the Transporter T1 with a total of 23 window panes. The T1 Samba model was particularly popular in the 1950s and 1960s. It became a cultural heritage and a symbol of the hippie and surf culture in the USA. The first generation, called T1, was manufactured in Germany between 1950 and 1967, and then continued to be produced in Brazil until 1975. Our car from 1974 is therefore one of the later ones, which means more reliability in areas such as brakes and drivetrain.

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Engine version:OHV air cooled flat 4 cyl.
Power Output: KW PS
Torque: NM lbft
Length:4285 mm169" (in)
Height:1930 mm76" (in)
Width:1800 mm71" (in)
Weight: kg lbs
Wheelbase:2400 mm94" (in)
Wheel Drive:RWD
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Topspeed:135 km/h84 mph
Performance value (0-100km/h): sec.
Engine placement: Rear engine
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Start of production:1950
End of production:1974

Malou vonBraun

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