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1958 Double Door Split Panel Van + OG sign writing

Model:  1958 Double Door Split Panel Van + OG sign writing
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Price: 
19950
Year: 1958
Type: 

Camper Van / Bus - Split Screen


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Location: Hu15
Description: FOR SALE 1958 Double Door Panel Van with OG signwriting
This thing has patina by the bucket load!

Imported from Texas in 2007 and sat unused for last 6 years.

Busjunkie is pleased to bring this fantiastic bus to market!

U.K. Registered with full mot (26.8.16). This was the shop truck for Krusty Kustoms in Texas until it was imported. Bus drives lovely with a strong engine and great gearbox. Creative rack and pinion kit makes for a lovely drive. All doors are solid.

1600 twin port engine with alternator conversion
Straight axle gearbox
4" narrowed front beam
creative Engineering rack and pinion kit
Adjustable spring plates to rear (bus will sit a lot lower than it currently is)
Rare bubble rear lights and reflectors
Wolfgang Safaris
Quality Flat4 BRM wheels with grey inserts
Rock and roll bed
Detailed underside (see pics)
All doors lock
New battery this week
Klaxon horn
New Framptons number plates
Rubber cab mat
Harp mirror arms

19,950

Bus is located in East Yorkshire.
Transport nationwide can be arranged at your cost.

Pictures can be viewed at www.facebook.com/busjunkie

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Seller Details
Craig Wright
Email: busjunkie@hotmail.com
Advert Date: August 2016
 
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