1987 VW Vanagon Westfalia/Bluestar Weekender 112i
Price: US $19,900.00 Item location: Durham, North Carolina, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Volkswagen
- Model: Bus/Vanagon
- Type: Van Camper
- Trim: Westfalia
- Year: 1987
- Mileage: 183,125
- VIN: wv2zb0251hh072527
- Color: Dove Blue
- Engine size: 2.1 l 112i
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Blue Gray
- Options: CD Player Want to buy? Contact seller!
1987 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon80% restoration VW Vanagon Weekender Westfalia up for sale. Built this few years back for my family and our shop. I am a 20 + year veteran with volkswagen and had built this as a template for all other westfalia restorations. We have built three exactly the same as this one and this one is our personal family traveler. So, ur lose is yours to enjoy for life. Just completed a country trip from Durham NC through the smokey mountains down to Austin TX and back without any issue. the only problem that occurred was the speedo cable broke. Subsequently fixed.
Just completed another 3k trip to northern Maine without issue.
It truly is ready for the road.
179k on body and less than 5k on engine, rans, xhaust, rakes and tires. Less than 15K on all suspension components, ooling system components.
It does have some tings and bruises about it as my family has really used it a lot over the last few years. However, t is in really good shape. Have many expenses coming up with our shop and have to build equity. There is one more of these going to be hitting the market come mid summer. (approx $39k with 48/48000 warranty)
I have built a few of these as I mentioned but this one means the most. Was built with my very young son, ho, was planning on giving it too when he turned 16. You never know anymore. I have several 1989 "bluestar" vans and retro-fit the interior into westy weekenders. Then, enew the entire van.
Paint was done approx 3 years ago. Still looks good but has a couple of spots on two seams that can use a refresh.
The drivers side lower seam was removed and the subfloor was removed and replaced. This is the classic spot where all vanagons rust to extreme levels. On all my vanagons this seam is removed and a new section of metal is installed. Moreover, he extended floor section that connects to the inside of the exterior panel on the drives side is removed and replaced. Making a stronger weld and stronger panel. Lastly, ll seams and panels are POR-15'd before any paint is done. (done three years ago)
Interior Van has Stinger Expert Roadkill sound dampener installed
Front driver side and passenger side window seals
All door seals (front, ide and rear)
Camper top seals
New sky light and seal
New AC Condensor
New AC Compressor and hoses
Bilstein suspension all the way around.
Front suspension bushings all replaced
New tie rods, nds and steering rack
Upper and Lower ball joints
New stock drive axl (5k miles old)
front and rear brakes.
Done this past two months
New MV engine with DJ high compression piston (dyno tested at 122 bhp) getting approx 19 mpg on last road trip.
Reman'd VW/Audi Heads
Complete new stock exhaust system
New (not reground) camshaft (-1)
Complete rebuilt transmission and only Red line 75w/90 syn oil. (jeff huber rebuild) Comes with 4 year warranty, lease inquire.
New Clutch with fly wheel.
Stainless Steel fuel tank reseal kit
fuel pump and filter
New Mefro 16' Rims and hardware
New Nokian NOKIAN NORDMAN 5 SUV TIRES 215/65 (Purchase one month ago have only 3k on them)-- also included is a full mefro and nokian spare.
Rear facing three point seat belts
New blue synthetic camper tent.
Has duel battery system
Quality sound system.
LED lighting system for instrument cluster as well as gowesty cluster wire harness.
Hella Rally lighting
etc....there is so much to list.
Please only contact if you are interested and not to discuss topics of vanagons. Granted I do love to help everyone with their vans, owever, have a shop to run and it is only me with very limited time each day.
The vanagon needs to be seen and driven. It is currently being used so mileage will continue to increase. Not much however.