My photobooth bus, Spicoli, has 54 horses running. It will blow them away. It’s supposed to rain tomorrow but don’t worry, Spicoli loves the slop. It's in his bloodlines. His father was a mudda', his mother was a mudda'.
So place your bet on Spicoli to be a winner at your next event.
Fun Facts for Gearheads, History Buffs & The Inquisitive:
Volkswagen 1500 engine (Single Port)
Displacement: 1,493 cc (91.1 cu in)
Power (Or lack of): 1500S: 40 kW (54 horsepower)
Type 2 T1:
The Volkswagen Type 2 T1 was the first generation of the split window bus. It is commonly known as the "Splittie." Production began in March, 1950 & lasted until 1967.
Imported to U.S.: 29,049 (1967)
Price Range New in “67”: $2,300 - $2,700
Electrical system changed to 12 volts
10.6 Gal. gas tank/28 MPG. ($0.28/gal.in 1967)
14’ long, 5’-7” wide & 80” high.
Weight; 2,282 lbs. (Before camper conversion)
Payload; 1,830 lbs.
Body style: Started as panel vans. 1967 was the last year of production for this iconic design and replaced with an uninspiring bay window design.