Are you ready to experience the outdoors in a capable off-road machine? Nothing has been overlooked on this 1984 Vanagon Westfalia Build. We have spent over $12k in the last 8 months of ownership, covering many of the big maintenance items, so that you don’t have to. The previous owner invested even more heavily in the build as well. Here are the details: -Bostig Conversion (Ford 2.0 4 cylinder motor, approximately 60-80k miles on the engine) -4 Speed Manual Transmission with Peloquin limited slip diff (rebuild less than 500 miles ago by German Transaxle, spent $4k+ on the rebuild) -NAHT High Top Installed by Previous Owner- with Fan-Tastic Fan installed -Small Car AC System (https://smallcar.com/vanagon/dash-air-for-vanagons/) -T3 Technique HD Front Sway Bar and End Links -15” GoWesty Rims and General Grabber Tires installed less than 5k miles ago (new spare tire also included) -Entire van is bed-lined -All windows (with the exception of the new windshield) have been professionally tined -Curtains and mattress pads included for both beds -Front seats both swivel and are out of a newer Dodge Caravan -All interior panels replaced with Black ABS panels from GoWesty -Custom built spice rack above the working two burner stove -South African Front Headlight Configuration (All exterior lights on the van are LEDs) -Fiamma F45S Awning -Side Ladder (from VanCafe) -52” AuxBeam 30,000lm LED Light Bar -Newer propane tank was installed -New brakes all around, rear drums replaced -Van was undercoated and insulated by previous owner Many, many more small maintenance items taken care of since we purchased the van back in February. We just aren’t presently using it as frequently as we’d like, and have other financial needs. 178k miles on the van’s odometer, but it was broken when we purchased the van and we’ve since fixed it. Pioneer stereo and speakers. Stove works, fridge was removed. Some light bed-liner work needed on seams, and over rear wheel well - a little surface rust in those areas, but nothing serious. I will include the supplies needed along with POR-15. Open to trades + cash, looking to get a pickup truck (low miles). If you know what you’re getting yourself into with this van, you know there’s a lot of value in the work that’s been done to it. $32,000 obo, title in hand, registered as a historic vehicle in MD, but Vanagon is located in Bend, Oregon. Will deliver within 250 miles of Bend, OR.
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