Asking Price: $23,500
- Year: 1989
- Model / Trim: Westfalia
- Odometer: See Below
- Engine: 4 cylinder
- Transmission: Automatic
- Seller Type: Private Owner
- Location: Harrisonburg, Virginia
- Name: Not Provided
- Phone: See Below
- Email: See Below
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1989 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia (Full camper) 179,000 miles on the body
2.2 Subaru engine (1998 ej22) 120,000 miles on the Engine
This is a custom van that has been my daily driver, or was up until March. Haven’t really gone anywhere much since the pandemic hit, and my kids are really too big for all of us to fit now. This van has taken our family across the country a couple times, and has generally been great to us. It’s not a new vehicle, however, and it’s a Vanagon – so there will be issues whether today or 10 years from now, but it has been well maintained and well loved. Here are the massive list of modifications and updates to this van. Please don’t bother with the lowball offers.
Subaru 2.2 installed with SmallCar kit
Fridge delete with shelves (we used an ARB style fridge, which worked much better)
2nd “house” battery 34 AH
Marine 2 battery charger
CD/DVD/MP3 stereo, new speakers, etc.
Custom center console
Custom dash console
Solar Charge Controller (30A)
Vanagon Life Driver’s side vent cover with solar plug and CB antenna mount
3 extra 12v outlets in the back
Extra usb plug in dash
Voltmeter in dash.
Backup light included, not installed.
Radio switch (for camping use)
Battery cutoff switch
Anchors for fridge mount on passenger seat
New fire extinguisher
Blazecut in the engine compartment.
Roof rack mounts
Gas Strut assist on the pop-up
Fog/Spot Lights Independently Switched
GoWesty rear bumper with swing aways / ladder and spare carrier and hitch
Gray Water Tank
New Propane tank
Rear View Camera
Custom map light replacing original map light.
New GoWesty hookups
GoWesty Waterproof luggage bag
An extra 5 GoWesty aluminum 15’’ wheels with KO2 tires (see pics)
ARB awning mounts
Jumpseat, + mount bracket (uninstalled)
A new timing belt
A variety of spare Subaru accessories
A new gas tank and cross-over hoses
A set of heavy duty struts for the roof (mediums installed)
A set of full axles with CVs
Spare roof rack mount (artificial gutter) for mounting a 3rd bar
Rust has been repaired on the seam below the kitchen, likely it will need repair again at some point.
Dent on the sliding door.
Probably other things, it’s a 31 year old Vanagon.
Last Updated on October 14, 2020 by VanagonAds