Spectacular Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia Full Camper

Price: - Item location: Orem, Utah, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Volkswagen
  • Model: Bus/Vanagon
  • SubModel: Campermobile
  • Type: Van Camper
  • Trim: Westfalia
  • Year: 1986
  • Mileage: 216700
  • VIN: WV2ZB0259GH003325
  • Color: Beige
  • Engine size: 2.2L
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: CD Player, Sunroof
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1986 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon Westfalia

ONE-OWNER certified Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia Full Camper. Hyper-maintained, super clean, and ready for another 34 years. There is nothing 34 years old left in this car. Rebuilt and upgraded performance 2.2L motor, new radiator, stainless steel coolant lines, rebuilt trans-axle, clutch, shocks, and just about everything in between has been replaced and updated as needed. It needs nothing. Everything looks and operates as designed. It comes with the original window sticker, books, and over $30,000 in receipts showing the immaculate maintenance and upgrades.
The Interior and exterior are near perfection. Very shiny and beautiful with added paint pin-striping. Starts, drives, and brakes perfectly. Rides very solid, smooth, quiet, and tight. Performance is enhanced and pulls very strong even with the icy-cold air conditioner blowing. Has AC, power brakes and power steering. Upgrades include super-bright South African lights and grill, 15" alloy wheels and premium Michelin tires, dash cover, battery shut down key for security, Kenwood Bluetooth radio with AUX, USB and 4 mated speakers, hydraulic pop-top lift assist, rear fitted carpet, leather-wrapped steering wheel and the most luxurious front mats your toes have ever felt.
Comes with the full camper equipment and kitchen galley; two-burner stove, sink with upgraded faucet, 3-way refrigerator, two tables, two water tanks, wardrobe, cabinets, curtains, RV hook-ups, onboard propane tank, auxiliary house battery and more.

Seats and sleeps four. Front seats rotate. Pop-top in great condition. The upholstery has no rips, stains, tears, or signs of heavy wear. Clean title and no accidents. The interior was just thoroughly cleaned, sanitized, and is ready for your next adventure.
For sale locally and we reserve the right to cancel the auction at any time.
Call, text, Facetime tour or make an offer at 801-787-7474

Why should you buy a 1986 Vanagon?:
(from Gowesty.com -popular authority on Vanagons):
1986-1991: These are the best of the Vanagons. They are easily identified by their rectangular (instead of round) headlights. The ‘86 and ‘87s had smaller thin steel "bumpers," and the ‘88-‘91s had larger fiberglass "bumpers" and an added ventilation duct at the rear of each of the rear side windows. Many people think that these Vanagons were better because of the increase in displacement from 1900cc to 2100cc, but in fact, this was the least important change. Indeed, the two engines are essentially identical in construction and design, with the exception of a longer throw crankshaft (74mm instead of 69mm, increasing displacement from 1915cc to 2110cc), and an improved #1 main bearing design. The more important changes were: improved exhaust, ignition, fuel injection (Digifant), brakes, and (most importantly) COOLING systems. The cooling system was COMPLETELY re-worked for 1986 and stayed basically unchanged through the end of 1991 production. The new cooling system had fewer parts, was much better at keeping air out, and was an easier system to maintain. Furthermore, the newer engine block with the better #1 main bearing design was also slightly bigger inside, enabling the displacement to be increased above 2300cc. As a rule of thumb, I tell folks to stay away from Vanagons with round headlights. The price difference between a clean 1985 camper and a 1986 camper is small compared to the difference in value; the latter is a much better vehicle indeed, and worth the extra money they command.