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Hi Everyone,

I am now re-selling my 74 Single Cab Westfalia wideback Bay camper now that it has passed its MOT (with no advisorys :) )
The TAX runs out on the 31st Nov and my insurance runs out on the 20th Nov.
I will be declaring her Sorn and dry storing until a buyer comes forward.
This bay is about as rare and original as you could wish to find and is the only one of its kind in the country.
There are a handfull across europe, but they are all lefties, mine being a right is exceptionally rare.
Structually the chassis, sills, jacking points, outriggers, cross member and all bodywork is sound.
The cab is also very tidy as is the engine bay.
I can provide all details to work that has been undertaken in the past year, again not extensive, mainly engine related.
If anyone is interested or knows of anyone who is interested please contact me on 07866985866

I am looking for offer between £4000 and £4500.

Pictures can be found here:

http://picasaweb.google.com/ben.panting.hrw/WestfaliaBay?feat=directlink#5404318733792462258

http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/Z5CZUdgQxxtlAWq5Szy4oQ?feat=directlink

Cheers

Ben
 

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As a matter of interest, is this a UK spec Type 2 or does it originate from Australia or South Africa? A very cool pick up either way. The only other wide bodied single cab pick up I've seen is a LHD '67 split screen, for sale at BBT!

Good luck with the sale. :)
 

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Your right alot of these single cabs etc did orginate from europe and further a field.
Mine however is RHD Type 2 built for the UK market, which in itself if just as rare as the actual model of the ride itself!
 
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