This 1969 Type 2 Volkswagen Camper Bus with 33,394 miles was recently restored over the past couple years. It has a rebuilt engine that has been bored to a 1776 and runs strong with no smoke, easy start and plenty of power. The transmission was rebuilt (July 2017) less than 500 miles ago, so shifting is nice and precise. The suspension and braking are excellent. The steering box was also rebuilt during that same time frame. In the past year the master cylinder, plug and hose have been replaced, along with the tie rods, ball joints and sway bars. The upper and lower break reservoirs were replaced along with the brake light switches and pivot shaft and bushings. The drag link and steering damper were also replaced. A front-end alignment was done. The rear heater duct was replaced, and new seat belts were installed. There was an added auxiliary plug, stereo & speakers, plus a spare tire with cover and a jack & lug. The bus is very reliable, easy and fun to drive and should provide for a lot of trouble-free travel. The interior is in excellent shape with new seat covers, insulation, front rubber flooring and custom curtains. It has a sink, ice box, fold-out tables and a new tent & cot. The exterior was repainted not too long ago and as a driver-quality restoration presents its self well. The trim and glass all looks good. This is a good looking "Westy" in excellent mechanical shape and is ready for fun summer camping. The Bus comes with a file of receipts reflecting some of the work that was done.