The Volkswagen Microbus T2 Bus 1954 is a classic vehicle made for transport and cargo. This type 2 'Splittie' is a rear-engined, four door window van. It stands out from other similar vehicles due to its distinctive flat nose, round headlights and wider body. The classic camper is one of the most iconic vehicles of the era. Its eye-catching body style has remained relatively unchanged for nearly half a century, since its first release in 1950. The Volkswagen Microbus T2 Bus 1954 is a classic, rustic vehicle made from vintage materials — its exterior is made from steel and its interior is lined with wood. Its exterior features two side v-dub sliding doors with chrome handles. It has large round headlights with quirky black and white detailing on its hood. The front grille has unique chrome mesh that creates a classic look. The back of the bus is styled with an open tailgate that is currently colored in a vibrant orange. The interior of the Volkswagen Microbus T2 Bus 1954 gives you plenty of space to be comfortable while traveling. There is a roomy interior space designed to make long trips more comfortable. It features a driver's seat, two rows of seating, and storage compartments under each seat. The upper part of the cabin is composed of high calibre wood paneling and a rustic wooden roof. The Volkswagen Microbus T2 Bus 1954 is powered by a 1.5-litre air-cooled flat-four engine. This motor provides the classic Volkswagen with enough power to carry up to 8 passengers. Although it is not the fastest vehicle on the road, it provides a reliable and comfortable ride. Stay on the highways and byways in style with the Volkswagen Microbus T2 Bus 1954. This vintage, classic bus is an icon of the 1950s and will let you travel in comfort and style. Enjoy the nostalgic style of the classic Volkswagen T2, powered by an air-cooled engine.
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