We imagine flexing its Subaru muscles would baffle many people, considering that the Type 2 was seriously underpowered. A true sleeper this is, and a beautiful one. The two-tone body was fitted with a high-roof camper top and top-hinged windows. Solar panels are installed on top, although the seller mentions they are not hooked up yet. The buyer would need to wire the camper and install solar batteries to make it an off-grid camper.
The cabin shows some wear and tear, but the interior is simple and functional, indicating that a skilled and thoughtful person took care of everything. Inside you’ll find the mandatory fold-out bench, which could probably sleep two people. There are nice cabinets and a stainless steel sink that works with an electric pump. A replacement refrigerator that is basically new and a folding table complete the landscape, just the bare minimum to have a worry-free adventure.
The vintage Bus is offered on Bring a Trailer with a host of other camping paraphernalia, including a matching tent, a freshwater hose with a built-in filter, and a ’70s vintage portable toilet, among other things. Four people have made offers for the Bus, with the highest bid at $7,777. Four days are left until the auction closes, so we expect the price to increase significantly in the coming days.