Garage Kept Pop Top Camper, Runs Great, No Rust
- Condition: Used
- Make: Volkswagen
- Model: Bus/Vanagon
- Type: Van Camper
- Year: 1978
- Mileage: 111604
- Color: Green
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1978 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon
1978 VW Pop Up Camper, No Rust, Runs Great. Condition is Used. Local pickup only.
I bought the bus in 1988 and ithas been garage kept since 1994. 111,605 miles. No significant rust because it was factory undercoated and I have had any rust removed as it appeared. Pop top canvas replaced 2011 but has one small wear spot in mosquito netting. Driver and passenger seats reupholstered. No oil leaks. Alternator replaced 1k miles ago. Original copy of John Muir guide to keeping your VW alive and some spare parts included. Some of the interior skin needs replacing (see photo). Somefinesse required occasionally toshift into 2nd gear. I love this car but it is time to pass it on to someone who will use it more.
1978, Germany- Built as standard transporter
Date unknown, Santa Cruz CA - Converted to camper - top pops straight up and sleeps 2 comfortably, sink installed but I have not used the water pump in decades, refrigerator is an insulated box built below the counter next to the sink, cabinet for hanging clothes and storing a few things above behind driver seat, pop up table.
1987, Dover NH- purchased by current owner
1988, Key West FL - First road trip - New Hampshire to Florida
1992, Philadelphia, PA- First Grateful Dead concert
1990 - 1994, Outer Banks NC - Frequent camping trips to Ocracoke and Kitty Hawk NC
1994, Shipped across country to Seattle, WA
1995 - 2012, WA and OR - Multiple camping trips throughout the Cascades Mountains andOlympic Peninsula (Washington State)and Crater Lake, OR
-Many camping hang gliding trips transporting glider on roof
-Multiple kayaking trips transporting boats on roof
2013 - Driven cross country from Seattle to Virginia through North Cascades National Park, up theRoad to the Sun in Glacier National Park, through the badlands, visiting the Custer Battlefield and finally through Shenandoah National Park. Alternator replaced during trip.
You pick it up and drive it home and continue the history from here!