The vans were reportedly built because they were too slow in the 1980s to serve as test support vehicles for testing Porsches. And so Porsche converted a number of models and equipped them with the 3.2-liter boxer from the Carrera. And since they were no longer sold as Volkswagens, but as real Porsches, the T3 B32 could well be one of the rarest models from Zuffenhausen.
The offered T3 B32 comes with a first registration from 1988, a manual gearbox and a mileage of 130,770 kilometers. Naturally, the bus has an original Porsche chassis number. The model, which was built in 1985 and has a pearlescent metallic white paint, was once owned by Porsche CEO Peter W. Schutz and has German papers.
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