Volkswagen T3

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Car-ID: OT0377
Model, Body type:
Light truck
Registration:
1990
Engine Power:
2,109 CCM (70 KW / 95 BHP)
Transmission:
Manual transmission
Color:
Red
Doors:
3
Mileage:
129,828 mls

Vehicle Description

– Volkswagen T3 VANAGON CARAT
– Stainless US – Import California –
– German registration
– H license plate
– 2.1 liter/70 kW (95 hp) variant with catalytic converter, electronic ignition and gasoline injection
(Digifant/70kW)
– power steering, original VW 6JX14 LM rims
– bumpers v. u. h., sill planking painted in body color
– 7 seater (4 single seats, 3 seat bench), folding table, Westfalia Type 216 108
– Sliding window in passenger area, color glass
– car radio original Volkswagen, type Heidelberg, loudspeakers v. u. h.
– current inspection with change of engine oil, oil filter, brake fluid and air filter carried out
– V-belt of Lima and water pump renewed


For many of its followers, this is the ultimate version of the VW Bus: The Volkswagen Type 2 (T3), as it was officially referred to, the third generation of VW’s forever-popular van. It still had the engine where they thought it belonged: in the rear. In fact, early T3 models featured the identical air-cooled engines of the predecessor, even though the new van was much roomier and also a fair bit heavier. 1981 the first Diesel-powered T3 were made available, and as of 1982, a new generation of water-cooled boxer engines became standard. Regular improvements, such as the introduction of fuel injection or catalytic converters kept the T3 up to date. In 1985, the 4 wheel-drive option called Syncro was released.
Regarding body types, the T3 continued to offer a great selection, including transporter, 2-door utility, twin-cab utility, and several trim levels for the van, topped in 1985 by the popular Multivan. Camping fans’ favourite, however, remained the Westfalia variant, a well-equipped camper van with pop-top.
In 1990, the successor model, the front-engined, front-wheel-drive T4 entered the market. However, the T3 remained in production in South Africa for another 13 years, right to the end of the T4 production in Germany!

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Fabric
  • Grey

Exterior Features

  • Red

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