This motorhome camper was converted from a 1961 VW bus by a South African camper company called Jurgens, which called its Type 2-tailored addition the Autovilla. It was, per an owners’ fansite, one of about 1,000 built, only a handful of which were the rare split-window models.
The body is a 1961 supposedly from the plate/tag numbers and the camper is 1975.It has numerous options including Safari front pop out windows, rear pop out windows, front disc brakes, full steering conversion with steering rack so the steering wheel turns very smoothly. A lot has been invested in this build.
The engine is 2.0L with dual Solex carburetors mounted to a 4-speed transmission. A lot of detail has been spent on the engine compartment.This Bus will definitely get lots of attention at the shows & question at the cars and coffee meets.
The camper has full custom interior that matches exterior. Comes with a double bed. Under the bed there is some storage for tools and spare tire. Bed sheets matches the curtains, and other accessories. It also has integrated a fridge, stove, basin, mini bathroom, sink, cupboards, and also various storage space for towels, clothes, and kitchen utilities. via/read more: hemmings