1979 Type-II Camper Van Price: $15000
Beautiful VW Camper Van! Bring green and classic style get plenty of attention on the road.
2.0 L Air Cooled
CAMPER FEATURES and GOODIES
Pop Top: Sleeps two. Windows zipper open with screens for ventilation
Lower bed: Back seat folds down into a futon-style bed for two
Gas: Propane tank mounted underneath and two burner stove. Needs valve replacement
Water: 10-gallon tank, sink with downspout, electric and hand water pump
Solar Panel: 100 watt panel mounted on roof rack, 12V yellow-top battery. Powers the radio, water pump, and a standard car outlet.
“3-way” Cooler: runs on 110V (grid power), 12V (auxiliary battery), or propane gas
Table: Fold out from seat for cooking
Huge Tent: 10' length x 5' width x 7' height heavy canvas tent with attachments to the sliding door.
Awning: I never tried this out but the parts are all there.
Custom Curtains: on slider rails to block early morning sun
Maintenance within the last two years:
New alternator harness
Cylinder heads inspected and replaced
Cylinder valves inspected and replaced
New front shocks
Clutch cable replaced
Steering wheel coupler replaced
Cylinder head temp sensor replaced
Fuel filter replaced
Daily driver. She runs great and is ready to go now!
Maintenance and repair records on hand back to 2008
Kept up to date on oil changes and timing adjustments
Air-cooled and has never overheated on me
Easy to shift
Very low rust. One spot in the engine compartment and two on the driver and passenger door steps.
That paint job! Bright green with a yellow pop-top (any Ducks fans out there?)
Title is “Totaled/Reconstructed”. The previous owner was in a minor front end accident and deemed totaled by the insurance agency. I do not know the extent of the damage, only that she drives like nothing happened and has no structural damage. I can help you get in touch with the previous owner if you want to know the details.
Needs a thorough warm-up in the morning. Drives smoothly after the engine is hot.
Some oil leaks. Keep an eye on the oil levels.
Fog lights need to be rewired to work (Headlights/high beams are functioning)
Sliding door must be pushed from the back to close (cannot close/open from inside)
Ceiling lights do not work. You can dig through the electrical schemes to figure this one out. We simply hung LED lights around the ceiling and powered them with the solar panel outlet.
Replacement light bulbs
Car jack (needs a lever!)
Key for wheel bolts
Books on VW mechanics
Additional 20 gallon water tank that fits in luggage compartment on top