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Volkswagen T1 split bus fire brigade. Flaming love?

Volkswagen T1 split bus fire brigade
ER Classics Desktop 2022

Do you know how many different Volkswagen commercial vehicles there are? You probably didn't know, but there are more than 100 different commercial vehicles with the VW logo on the nose. We saw this Volkswagen T1 Split Bus fire brigade.

By: Dirk de Jong


The companies praised its versatility, robustness and economy. The emergency services fire brigade, police and ambulance also appreciated the value of the VW bus.

Value

Speaking of value ... Volkswagen liked to write about the reason for its success "One saves when one has it, when one works with him, because you can get so much out of it in performance and mileage." This company fire engine, which has served in Hilversum, now belongs to the category of four-wheelers that demonstrate the financial well-being of the owner. If you appear on the road with this, you will completely polish the image of Volkswagen. This Volkswagen T1 split bus fire brigade is in absolutely perfect and original condition and has a price tag of 42,500 euros. The constantly rising prices attract investors and collectors. It remains fun for the classic fans and that is fortunately not expressed in money.

History

The Volkswagen T1 split bus fire brigade of the Philips fire brigade from Hilversum is technically 100 percent and is a unique version with a sliding door. The fire brigade pump is still present, as is the original roof rack, with only 60.000 kilometers on the clock. You do not have to convince the current owner (VW Beetle Center Central Netherlands) that the possession of this Volkswagen T1 Split Bus fire department sets you on fire. 

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Volkswagen T1 split bus fire brigade
Volkswagen T1 split bus fire brigade


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