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Truckload of VW Buses for Sale

Truckload of VW Buses

OK, if you are interested and have the resources these buses are from Brazil, and now in Debrecen, Hungary in working condition.  This information can be found here on VW Bus. The seller states the buses were on the roads of Brazil not long ago.  The models are from 1959 through 1974.  Included is a 1959 that has 0% rust, is 100% original, with 30,000 km on the odometer.  There is another original garaged 1968 example with 47,000 km on the odometer!


The price range is between 25.000 and 45.000 euros if you are interested.


The owner states that these are for sale in original condition, but they can customized for you.  The owner has more buses for sale. No other images have been posted to date though. The vehicles have cleared customs and all the needed documents are in hand.

Now this would be an adventure to say the least.



  1. Avatar photo jim s

    i wonder why someone has not started to import beetles and buses directly into the USA from Brazil. seems like the current difference in selling prices between there and here would result in a profit. interest finds.

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  2. Avatar photo Olaf E

    Hi Robert,

    I’ve found more pic’s.


    Great find. But the buses are most surely assembled/build in Brazil (maybe from German parts), is that perhaps the reason for the difference in selling prices? Just a thought.
    Cheers, Olaf

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  3. Avatar photo Gibbs

    Those Brazilian buses are interesting creatures but are pretty much undesirable to those of us into buses. They are “mutts” made up of everything from Barndoor era parts (50-55) split and bay window parts. I’m glad they are in Europe.

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  4. Avatar photo Ricardo Ventura

    here in Brazil with U$ 10,000 you buy a good “VW BUS”.

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  5. Avatar photo David G

    Sheesh, why does everyone have need to throw tomatoes at other-than-their-ideal examples of a vehicle? So they’ve the odd Brazilian provenance or whatever, i don’t care. I simply enjoy them for what they are, for the off-normal shelter and care they’ve received from some odd stroke of fate all of these years. Kewl!

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