Ideal for a Couple, a Couple of Friends, or a Young Family $12,500 obo Affectionately named, “Pokey,” this rare Riviera conversion*—very similar to the Westfalia in design & capability—has a top that pops straight up (rather than at an angle). Pokey has the full camper set-up: gas stove, electric/gas refrigerator, sink, built-in water & propane tanks, storage, bug nets, plus lots of extras. -Full-sized pop-up with zippered windows & screening -Sleeps 2 adults on the lower fold-flat bed, plus 1 adult (or 2 kids) in loft -Propane stove -110/12V/propane refrigerator -Galley sink with fresh-water tank -Rear heater -Window curtains -Plenty of storage -External cargo bay -120 volt electric hook-up EXTRAS include: -Contoured captain’s chairs with armrests -Extended gear knob for easy shifting -Air conditioner -Back-up battery -Maintenance records last 30 years -Multiple table tops & stanchions for cooking -Reading lights over bed -Custom mesh screen for back hatch -Rear speakers -Built-in ice box (in addition to the frig) -Rubberized floor mats for easy cleaning -Exterior 10’x10’ awning -Snow chains Odometer: 249,322 miles 1.9L, 4-cylinder engine Manual transmission ******The price has been determined considering Pokey has zero compression in one cylinder. At the very least Pokey will need a valve job (probably an engine replacement)***** Pokey has been in the NW for 20 years, with 3 owners during that period. Recently, we replaced the clutch and the breaks. Also, during 2011-12 (about 80K miles ago), a new owner spent well over $12,000 bringing Pokey into the 21st century. That included new fuel tank, propane tank, and instrument cluster, plus R&R on the power steering, fuel lines, wiring, water pump, radiator, and more. The transmission was rebuilt at 103,653 miles. * Riviera Motors of Beaverton, OR contracted with ASI in Vancouver, WA to convert VW’s into camper vans. See: https://wetwesties2.tripod.com/1983_asi_brochure.html .
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