Life in Brazil consists of pretty much nothing but playing soccer and partying in the streets…but that was before COVID, and today they mostly try to avoid this virus. Anyway, there is an fascinating automotive subculture in the former Portuguese colony and up until the 1990s Brazil (the world’s fifth largest country by population and geography) did not allow imported automobiles, so major OEMs around the world set up local manufacturing centers. At first the local plants built vehicles designed and engineered from the parent company’s home country, but eventually the locals starting building unique vehicles, particularly Volkswagen of Brasil. The SP2 was developed on the Type 3 Variant chassis with styling by Marcio Piancastelli. Find this 1976 Volkswagen SP2 bidding for $17,000 reserve-not-met located in Daytona Beach, FL via eBay.
From the seller:
Another item up for sale from my personal collection is this Yellow 1976VW SP2
For anyone who knows anything about the SP2, you will appreciatethe fact this one has a correct matching number BL code Engine (1700cc) withcorrect BL 4 speed Gearbox 8×31 ratio.
This is a rare find.
The interior is in exceptional state with the correct patternupholstery.
Quite honestly, this is probably the finest one available with aclear US Tile, in the current US Market.
I am not a desperate seller. Only reason I am selling is because I have anotherone and I’m looking to make space for new collectibles coming in.
On Jun-20-21 at 14:29:32 PDT, seller added the following information:
The Ebay System doesn’t allowed me to put a Non 17 digits VIN
This the the VIN # for this SP2:
VIN # BL009890
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||11111111111111111||Mileage:||11111|
|Interior Color:||Black||Fuel Type:||Gasoline|
|Sub Model:||SP2||For Sale By:||Private Seller|
|Body Type:||Coupe||Warranty:||Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty|
|Drive Side:||Left-hand drive||Trim:||SP2|
|Exterior Color:||Yellow||Vehicle Title:||Clean|
|Number of Cylinders:||4||Engine:||4 CIL|
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