It’s Time: ’63 Volkswagen Camper
Spring is finally settling in around our fair nation and summer is a little over a month away. Maybe it is time to get your freak on! If you’ve been a reader of Mint for any length of time, you may get the idea that we like vintage VW buses. Frankly, we don’t understand the insane valuations 23-window sunroof buses get but people are willing to pay for the best. We found a really nice VW Camper with a great interior and all the right equipment intact. This isn’t a Westphalia Camper and there isn’t a pop-up roof but if it is just for you and your honey, it could be all you need. Volkswagen Campers were so popular back in the day, that Westphalia couldn’t keep up with demand. VW’s powerful regional distributors sought additional production with the blessing of the factory. We had a Riviera model months ago and this one has equipment from Traveler Equipment Corporation. It has not had a fancy body-off restoration but it has had any rust issues repaired and the paint looks presentable. But the best is the interior and it is in great shape. The Camper is mechanically sound and should be good to go anywhere you want for many years to come. And since it is a VW, the gas bill won’t kill you. Contact the seller by clicking here.