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The lowest SP2 in the world!

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The lowest SP2 that has been build so far in the world and currently featuring the cover of Hayburner magazine 24.

We imported this 1972 SP2 from Brazil ourselves early 2016.
The previous owner in Porto Alegre found another one to add to his collection so he let this one go to us.
Since then we slammed it and did a lot of technical repairs (new discs, brake cilinders, headlights, exhaust and much more).

This crazy ride has been slammed to the ground as far as possible without tubbing while still being able to drive it.
This was achieved in the front by mounting a 4" Volksprojects front axle with airride, using lowered
baljoints by EMPI, dropped spindels and ofcourse the notorious bugpeople.nl skidplate. In the rear lowered
and lengthened adjustable springplates by Volksprojects were mounted.

Has a 1600 Brazillia engine with rebuild carburators and fully serviced and the gearbox oil has be renewed, Ready for making many more miles.

The paint has been redone many years ago back in Brazil so there is bondo and imperfections that can be seen when you stand next to the car.
The interior has been also done many years ago also and looks pretty good. Polished or chromed reproduction fuchses will be mounted before transer.

Has recently received Dutch registration including fresh MOT and has just driven 800+ km from the UK back home after winning the DTA best of show award.

This true scraping show winning headturner can now be yours at €29.500,= anything interesting to do a partial exchange (car plus cash)? Show us what you have. always interested in pre67 projects (beetle, bus & ghia)

Delivery in Europe can be arranged and so is delivery to the port of Rotterdam.

Any questions, send a PM. Get it or regret it!!

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Revs Automotive
Siret : 65495152

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