what a babe magnet.i don't know what's going on with that roof, except that i want it in my life.
and how refreshing to see one of these on stock steel wheels. wonderful!
Wow! I recall seeing the van version here in Florida, but not the pick-up truck. Sure wish I had one of these when I used to run a newspaper motor route. What shocked me most was that I saw the van right here in Winter Haven. You just don't see that kind of vehicle here.
Diesel? Wow!If the US 25-year rule is still in effect, these are freshly legal to import. These were never sold stateside.As a multiple ex-Vanagon owner I can attest that these sell for $25K. I once sold an aircooled for $24. Thankfully the parts were worth much more.
@J+ - You're right about both the lack of US market official sales & the 25-year rule, but there's been at least one of these plated in Washington State that I've seen in Seattle for the last 10+ years. I'd assume either a bit of VIN-plate hijinks, bureaucratic befuddlement ("VW bustruck? eh, must be a hack job by one o' them countercultural types.") or a combination of the two. There were a fair number sold in Canada; most I've seen did wear provincial plates.
elvis and j, the doka was imported to north america almost exclusively for a mining company in canada, a tristar doka crew cab like this is painfully rare like under 35 rolling around north america
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