Asking Price: $33,000
- Year: 1984
- Model / Trim: Westfalia
- Odometer: 190,000
- Engine: 4 Cylinder
- Transmission: Manual
- Seller Type: Private Owner
- Location: Marina, California
- Name: Not Provided
- Phone: See Below
- Email: See Below
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Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia Camper Van
A Massive amount of research and professional labor went into this.
Engine Conversion: Partial ABA swap. It specifically has a 1990 Audi T-80 Top Block and 1996 Jetta 2.0 Bottom Block. California Legal. Easy to work on. Runs great and gets 22mpg doing 65-70 mph. There are 75,000 miles on the engine, 190k on the chassis.
All maintenance and repairs professionally done by German Auto Specialist in Simi Valley, German Motorwerks in Pacific Grove and Just Andy in Sand City. Receipts are many, the van has been lovingly maintained, repaired and upgraded for the six years I have owned it . Recent maintenance includes: new battery, starter, alternator harness upgrade, spark plugs, coolant system redone, master and slave cylinders rebuilt, instrument panel replaced, timing belt changed and quite a bit more.
All house electrical done by a professional DC electrician:
*Marine grade Blue Seas Systems Circuit Breakers, Charging Relay and Fuse Box (LED fuses)
*2 Renogy 100Watt Monocrystalline PV Solar Panels.
*Tracer MPPT Solar Charge Controller-top of the line
*Intellipower 9200 series ConverterSmart Charger-I have never really had to hook up to shore power, but in case -you do this Smart Charger is awesome.
*3-Vmaxtanks SLR125 AGM 12V 125ah Group 31 Deep Cycle Batteries in parallel
*4 DC outlets & amp; USB charging station for 4 Devices
*Xantrex Technology Inc, 49PWR-CL 806-1210 Inverter Prowatt Sine Wave 1000w
*Isotherm Cruise EL 65 Elegance Refrigerator/Freezer DC fridge w/ Smart Energy Controller
*LG 24 inch IPS monitor with boost buck converter
*i5 16GB PSU 500GB SSD Win7 64-bit Mini-ITX PC under driver seat
*Radiolabs Wifi Antenna/Repeater Kit
*Propex HS2211 Heater mounted exterior under bench
*Upgraded Rockford Fosgate satellite speakers, bluetooth stereo (hand’s free) and Sony subwoofer
*SPOT Tracer GPS hardwired w/ backup battery
*Propane and Carbon Monoxide Detector
*Air Conditioning Unit functions! Freon needed.
Many GoWesty upgrades on this van. Some not listed and are in the receipts.
GoWesty: Vano-Swing Away system with Steel Bumpers, Wasser-Stopper Rain Fly, LED Glovebox, 1” Mattress Topper, Larger Capacity (LP) Propane Tank w/ level indicator and extend a stay kit, Pop Top Lift Assist Strut Kit in front, additional Jack Bombay pop top shocks in back, Pelican Case with locking strap, 1.5 inch lift springs in back, Bilstein shocks, GVW Air Horn Kit, Front Window Seals, Hella Vision Plus Headlights, Telescopic Ladder, Reversible Outdoor Mat, Outside Table Mount, Wind and Rain Front Window Deflectors
Custom Kitchenette Cabinet made by Custom Woodcraft with roll-out drawers.
Sew Fine Interior/Upholstery
Fanchers Upholstery R-8 Thermal Layer Pop-Top Insulation quick snap
Bus Depot Window Insulation
Map Light for Euro dash outlet
Rhino Design Console Cabinet
BZ shelf for pop top handle/upper bed
Upgraded faucet-working, Burners working.
Custom Rack for coffin surf bag (3-4 boards) with 2 Renogy Solar Panels on top
Additional Aluminum Rack for low-profile solar mount for 2 Solar Panels
Yakima Rack system; Yakima Space Case, Yakima Kayak mounts
As with all Westies, some things need attention. GoWesty did a sub-par job with the powder coating on the steel bumper system components. They need to be sandblasted and sealed. GoWesty gave me a $200 credit on their website which I will give to you.
There are minor rust spots-two on back side panels and one on lower-left windshield. I recently received a quote from Spectrum Auto Collision in Salinas to take down all the rust to the metal, blend it back out to match, do touch-ups on the whole van and give it a coat for $2500. To give the whole van a new paint job was quoted at $6k.
I don’t want to sell it-the van is amazing. You won’t find a better house electrical system, fridge or kitchenette cabinet-far superior to GoWesty’s vans. We’re full-time teachers which limits my time to work on it. We also just purchased a house. There are plenty of spare parts included for you. All told, I’ve spent $55K on this rig.
No help needed selling the van. Send me an email and we can go from there.
Last Updated on September 7, 2021 by VanagonAds