There are a total of twenty-three Volkswagen SP2s in the warehouse. Sixteen units are in a complete form and the remaining seven are disassembled. Most of the cars have some of their parts stripped out. The disassembled cars are stacked up on their ends and this may not be good for their bodies.
Other than the Volkswagen SP2s, the owner has other models too. He also has a six door Volkswagen Kombi van, a Karmann Ghia TC and a Fiat 128. It is not known if these cars are for sale.
The Volkswagen SP2 was Volkswagen Brazil’s replacement for the Karmann Ghia. It was manufactured during the early to the mid 1970s and although it had some initial success, the car was seen as a failure.
This was partly due to the sporty looking car being underpowered. The Volkswagen SP2 was fitted with a 1.7-litre flat four engine which made around 70bhp. During its production run, just above 10,000 units were ever made.