1967 w/ Coleman ST200 Capac, MI

Last Updated: 10/16/18 | Ad Source: Craigslist

Asking Price: $16,000

Camper Facts

  • Year: 1967
  • Model: Coleman
  • Odometer: 127,000
  • Engine: 4 Cylinders
  • Transmission: Manual

Seller Info

  • Type: Private Owner
  • Location: Capac, Michigan
  • Name: Not Provided
  • Phone: See Below
  • Email: See Below


More Details & Pictures

OBO. 1967 Volkswagen Bus/Camper.

Accepting serious offers.

Rare bird, last year of the split front windscreen.

Built in Germany with identifying VIN tags. 127k miles. Cashmere Beige.

Titled as ‘Motor Home’. 1971 1600cc dual port engine. Good J-boxes, solid heat.

Ideal vehicle for electric conversion; no power steering, power brake booster or air conditioning compressor.

I also have a 65 amp alternator (Bosch type) conversion kit w/built-in regulator and instructions.

Vehicle currently has a 30 amp generator mounted in it.

Louvered glass windows w/screens in a rear compartment.
9000 BTU Coleman ST-200 model furnace thermostatically controlled.

Operates on LP (burner) with either 12VDC or 110VAC (blower). Match or piezo ignition.

With owners manual/instructions.

Equipped for cold weather camping.

The vehicle is insulated with 1-inch thick styrofoam insulation.
3 way Dometic 1.7 cu ft refrigerator RM211 model.

Operation by LP gas or electricity with dual voltage; 12VDC/110VAC. Has freezer compartment. Piezo ignition.

With owners manual/instructions.
Self-contained water supply system (2, 5-gallon stainless steel commercial soda keg holding tanks) with bar sink and ‘Leisure Components’ brand (model 131-1) triple action water pump (electric, hand pump or city water pressure action).

Low water level indicator. Also, have an extra pump of same.

Exterior city water hookup, 110VAC hookup, and LP gas port.

JVC AM/FM stereo radio with cassette player.

Front and rear Pioneer speakers.
Add-on outside shower setup includes curtain frame, curtain, frame bracket, spray head bracket and spray head all mounted to a padded aluminum bracket that hangs (detachable–lifts off) from rain channel.

Passenger side rear window removable for small air conditioner use.
Vacuum, ammeter, manual oil pressure gauges and cylinder head temp gauge on the dash.

Tachometer. Body restoration was all done back in 1985. Bad metal was cut out and replaced with new metal and/or sandblasted.

Minimal use of body filler. I’ve owned this vehicle since April of 1976.

Front seats have covers. Could be reupholstered. Cab needs some finish work, all minor.

Have the inner door panels; need covering.

Rear cabin compartment needs some minor detailing work, all trim.

The body has some minor surface rust, mainly front passenger side rain channel and a couple other tiny areas.

Could use a new coat of paint.

Hubcaps and front emblem could be re-chromed.

All minor cosmetic work. I have all the rear bumper components, trim, etc. Extra parts.

More pictures. 

I’ve purchased a new rear apron August 2017.

Also, the fuel tank has varnished and needs to be removed and cleaned or removed and replaced.

I intend to do that myself or will consider that as a reduction in the sale price.


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