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Volkswagen Bus [Typ 2 / T1]

Volkswagen Bus [Typ 2 / T1] in Ferien vom Ich, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: DE

Volkswagen Bus [Typ 2 / T1]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Ralph DE

2013-08-06 18:37

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[Image: pdvd_028.jpg] [Image: pdvd_106.3.jpg]

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rjluna2 US

2013-08-06 18:57

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Big barn rear door makes this pre-1955.

I see repeater behind the front door :think:

ingo DE

2013-08-06 20:53

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"Samba"
Too old in 1963 for a new company owned product placement-car. The plate from Hannover-town district provokes that impression.

tore-40 NO

2013-08-06 21:34

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What about the 'Rundumverglasung'? Could this be a Kombi/Kleinbus with added skylights :??: There has already been stated that the 'Winkers' have been replaced so not original. Also the bumpers make me wonder.

Ralph DE

2013-08-06 22:07

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VW Kombi T1 with panoramic skylights

first kombi: 19 window
Samba: 21 window http://images.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/pix/4785494.jpg
Samba Deluxe: 23 window (Rundumverglasung)

-- Last edit: 2013-08-06 22:08:59

tore-40 NO

2013-08-06 22:17

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Yes, 21 windows Samba was a direct result of the larger hatch, 23 windows earlier.

Bumper seems like a W128/180/105, btw.
Edit: The front indicators could also be from the same donor car. Rear indicators really look out of place.

-- Last edit: 2013-08-06 22:31:21

ingo DE

2013-08-07 08:17

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The rear indicators are a standard part, used for a plenty of vehicles, trailers, even carrousel cars and industrial machines. Still available today.

tore-40 NO

2013-08-07 09:24

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My point was just that, it's no orignal part but used when replacing the semaphores (modernizing) as these were no longer in use on new cars after 1958-60 in Europe. :sun:

rpcm PT

2013-08-07 19:54

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Although is not easy to be sure since there are several modifications, I agree it seems to be a modified Kombi. Sticking to some details, it looks that the side panel 3rd window is not "piano-hinged" and that the rear lights aren't doomed, so it could be a model made between January and March 1953. The Kombi received the rear bumper as standard fitment in December 1953 and so it could justify this adapted bumper with "Ponton" Mercedes overriders. The exterior mirror is also out of place, since it should be on the A-pillar.
The one on the second thumbnail looks a brand new 1964MY one still sporting the German oval Z-plates.

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