starts 30/01/2022 12:00ending Sun, 6th Feb 2022 19:36:00

7-Day Timed Online Auction

 
 
 

1980 Volkswagen Type 2 Devon Conversion Camper Van
Subject to extensive bodywork and mechanical restoration to the sum of £15,000

Registration: LTA260W
Chassis: 2192104719
Odometer: 15,934
Transmission: Manual
MOT: May 2022

  • Bills on file for £840 in May 2021 for MOT failure rectification work
  • In current ownership for the past 15 years
  • Subject to a bare metal respray and major panel replacement
  • Treated to a mechanical overhaul
  • Full shot blast of whole vehicle to the sum of £1250
  • Complete restoration of the chassis; including replacing all jacking points and out riggers and new cross members x2
  • A number of panels have been replaced during the restoration, including; both inner and outer rear arches, drivers and passenger doors, A and B pillars replaced to the sum of £1450 plus an additional £2000 for the welding
  • Equipped with a Sony radio and CD Player
  • Plywood lined and fitted with a rock 'n' roll bed
  • Listed on V5c as a motor caravan
  • Now falling under the historic vehicle category, MOT and tax exempt
  • Breakdown of restoration listed below
  • Starts but needs attention to the fuel lines to maintain constant running

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Offered here is a totally solid, resprayed and recommissioned VW Campervan that is running, driving, MOT tested and set for a bespoke interior to complete the build. £15,000 has been spent on this Campervan so far, ensuring the body and chassis are solid, followed a complete bare metal respray in the VW colour, Mustard Yellow with a two tone white roof. An astronomical amount of work has been done to the structure and bodywork of this vehicle, it provides a fantastic foundation for solid campervan build, which can be enjoyed for decades to come.

The interior currently consists of two front seats complete with seat belts, a rock n roll bed and plywood lining, it really is a blank canvas for you to customise to your personal taste. In this case, the hard work has been done for you, be sure not miss this fantastic opportunity to acquire your dream campervan.

Restoration breakdown

Full shot blast of vehicle - £1250

Complete restoration of chassis and replacement panels

Replacing all jacking points and out riggers

Cross members x2

Heater tube

Front top hat

Inner-middle-outer (both sides)

Rear closing panels

Rear battery trays

Rear wheel arches- both sides

Rear engine hatch plate

Rear outer engine valance

Rear corners – complete lower sections

Front O/S arch – complete

Seat belt mounting point

Lower O/S seat base

B post

Inner rear arch

Drivers door

Front N/S arch

Passenger door

Front nose – complete replacement

Front lower windscreen area repair

Front A pillar repair and shot blast

Total panel cost

£1450

Welding cost

£2000

Paintwork

Repaint the chassis – once shot blasted and welded

Chassis will be acid etch primed

Stone chipped

Top coated in chassis black

Lower half of the vehicle (from swage line down) to be prepped for paint

Acid etch primed

High build primed

Top coat in 2k colour

Lower respray and chassis repaint £2300

Full repaint of vehicle in two tone £3000

PLEASE NOTE: The VW starts but needs attention to the fuel lines to maintain constant running.

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Estimated at £7,000 - £9,000


 

Auction: 7-Day Timed Online Auction, ending Sun, 6th Feb 2022

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