The Barkas B1000 Van from 1961 is an iconic German microbus that is still remembered fondly to this day. It was designed as a utilitarian vehicle, providing reliable transportation to the public. On the outside, the Barkas B1000 is a flat, boxy van with large windows, offering great visibility for drivers and passengers alike. The bodywork is made from lightly-textured steel panels, with some versions featuring metal appliques for decoration. The B1000 is powered by an air-cooled, two-cylinder boxer engine that provides strong power and impressive fuel efficiency, able to take a fully loaded van up to speeds of 80km/hr. On the inside, the cargo space is roomy and versatile, allowing the transport of goods or passengers with ease. The floor is made of wood, with rubber mats providing extra protection, while four cloth-covered seats provide comfortable seating for up to seven passengers. Overall, the Barkas B1000 Van offers reliable and cost-effective transport for families, small businesses or just about anyone who needs a reliable, spacious and robust van.
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