The Volkswagen High Roof Van from 1960 is a classic vehicle with distinct angles and aerodynamic lines. Its long, rectangular structure is boxy and its profile is raised thanks to a higher roof that gives it a more spacious and roomy interior. The front end of the van features a rounded shape, and the headlights and grille provide a signature look that is both retro and instantly recognizable. The overall body of the van is rugged and heavy-duty, constructed with a steel frame and aircraft-grade aluminum, as well as a double-layer of weather-resistant paint to protect against wear. The interior of the van is surprisingly light and airy due to its ample amount of windows and tall ceilings. The seats are equipped with pleated fabric that is comfortable and supportive, and the steering wheel is ergonomic for smooth and efficient driving. The cargo area is quite spacious, with easy access from the side and rear doors, perfect for accommodating large items or bulky equipment. The engine is a robust 1.5-liter four-cylinder that produces 40 horsepower, and the transmission is an efficient four-speed manual. The Volkswagen High Roof Van from 1960 is an iconic vehicle with unmistakable style that is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.
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