Volkswagen Kombi NFT 56 is a teal Volkswagen Kombi with a white roof. It is shown on a yellow background. This non-fungible token is part of the Custody Garage Volkswagen Kombi collectible series of 100 images.
The VW Kombi NFT also comes with the right to get a 12in x 12in or 30.48cm x 30.48cm poster. Simply complete the details as supplied when you buy the car NFT and it will be shipped free of charge to your door. Only one poster in this size will ever be printed.
Volkswagen Kombi NFT Traits
Teal – 5% have this trait
White – 67% have this trait
Silver – 37% have this trait
Wheel Cap Colour
Silver – 93% have this trait
No – 88% have this trait
Bumper Bar Colour
White – 81% have this trait
Yes – 90% have this trait
No – 90% have this trait
No – 98% have this trait
No – 93% have this trait
Yellow – 10% have this trait
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About The Volkswagen Kombi
The Volkswagen Kombi is another vehicle known by a few names. This is partly due to the sheer number of years it was in production and also the many markets it was manufactured and sold. So, some of the names of the over VW model include Type 2, Transporter, Kombi, Microbus, Bus Camper and Bulli. In case you were wondering, the Type 1 was the Beetle.
This teal Volkswagen Kombi NFT is loosely based on the Samba with the skylight windows and cloth sunroof, most having two tone paint and the biparting doors rather than a sliding one. Again, another name was the Deluxe Microbus. The Samba was a first generation model only. Speaking of windows, they can also be known by the number of windows with Sambas having 21 or 23 windows.
Production of the first generation started in 1950 and ran to 1967. Brazil continued production all the way to 1975. It has a split windscreen so yet again more names with the VW Splitscreen or VW Splittie.
Like one of the other Custody Garage models, the Porsche 911 Turbo NFT, it has a rear mounted, air cooled, boxer engine. This time a four cylinder rather than a six cylinder as found in the 911. The 1.131 litre engine had a massive 18kW of power and later upgraded to 2 litres and 22kW of power. Over time it was increased to 1.5 litres and power increased to 40kW.
In addition to the bus version there was the panel van (with less windows), 2 door pickup and 3 door pickup. The later having a rear passenger door on one side only.
The second generation Type 2 features a redesigned body with the major changes being the front and parts of the rear. Many don’t think they are nearly as good looking.
The history of the VW Kombi is long and varied so if you would like to find out some more information a starting point is the Volkswagen Type 2 page or you can delve into the specific forums such as The Samba. Be warned though, you may go down a rabbit hole of information and find yourself looking for one to restore. Perhaps it might be easier to just buy one of the Custody Garage Volkswagen Kombi NFTs.