Full, wrap-around windows and a retractable canvas sunroof were just a few of the features that drove the hippies of the sixties and seventies positively mad for the Samba. It also featured extensive seating, large doors, an easy-to-maintain boxer engine, and that cool, rounded foreign look that eluded American automobiles. Even though it was originally intended for taking tourists through the Alps, it became an icon for hippies, surfers, and more.
A sophisticated multi-part kit of the legendary and popular VW T1 Samba Bus, which today still exudes unmistakable automotive charm.
- Multi-part body
- Fully detailed interior
- Opening doors and tailgate
- Roof may be mounted in the closed position or with folded back fabric section
- Detailed replica engine
- European and American bumper bars
- Many chrome parts including hub caps, door handles, wind-shield wipers, multi-part chrome trimmings and front VW badge