Asking Price: $23,000
- Year: 1984
- Model / Trim: Westfalia
- Odometer: 257,857
- Engine: 4 cylinder
- Transmission: Manual
- Seller Type: Private Owner
- Location: Eagle Creek, Oregon
- Name: Jackie Bolger
- Phone: (503) 637-3631
- Email: email@example.com
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Up for sale is our 84 Westy camper van.
It recently had the fuel lines replaced, and runs like a champ. Listed below are all the fixes and improvements we’ve made to her over the years. Reason for selling? We got older and needed more conveniences. Our Westy has been across the country, on back roads, and highways. She’s been lovingly camped in and taken care of.
2022 Apr 257,857 miles-new fuel lines – fuel injector seals, GoWesty metal fuel rail, GoWesty hard fuel line, abrasion sleeves
2018 Oct-new Custom Control Cables slider door cable
2018 Jul-Shoebox Electronix “lights on” buzzer
2018 Jun 255,929 miles-new tires
2018 May-new coil
2018 Feb-new Hall sensor, new drive axles
2017 Apr 248,674 miles-GoWesty stainless steel catalytic converter, new oxygen sensor
2016 Sep-new rear hatch seal
2016 July-new speedometer cable and wheel bearing cap, voltage regulator for dash circuit board (gauges stopped working, clock still doesn’t work)
2016 Feb 239,755 miles-GoWesty stainless steel muffler, “new” (rebuilt by GoWesty) ECU
2014 Sep 227,914 miles-wheel bearings
2014 Mar 223,551 miles-replaced 1.0L engine with rebuilt 2.1L
2014 Mar 223,551 miles- replaced wobbly side mirrors with better mirrors from an 86 Vanagon (dark blue, but they work so much better)
2013 Dec-replaced propane tank
2013 Oct-GoWesty gear reduction starter
2013 Apr 213,500 miles-upper and lower ball joints, both sides
2012 Aug-pop top lid seals
2010 June 187,445 miles-rebuild gear shift linkage, front to back
2010 May-15″ steel wheels (silver paint is peeling off)
2009 Sep-fixed leaking top/filler for gas tank
GoWesty rubber mats in the front
Replaced stock headlights with CIBIE bulbs and H4 lamps. Added relays and larger gauge wiring for the lights.
GoWesty bolt on hitch, 3″ receiver. Harbor Freight cargo tray.
The slider door and front doors have soundproofing/insulation, we really like this as it sounds more solid and less road noise.
There isn’t too much wrong with her. The tent needs replaced, though it’s “functional” at this time if the rain doesn’t come through the hole on the side. The screen is toast. I put a foam interlocking with carpet on the floor, for both insulation and sound deafening. The stove and sink both work, has all the curtains, back bug screen. There is a home-made slider entrance screen door, and a home-made rain fly. The electrical hookup works, but the water ones don’t.
Refrigerator was removed, makes plenty more kitchen storage. I found that there wasn’t enough room in the fridg for what we wanted to take (beer!) and needed a cooler anyhow.
As the pictures show, I did some “decorating” when we first got her. She’s been garaged since 2018.
Last Updated on August 22, 2022 by VanagonAds