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87 HiTop vanagon4x4 ford bostig powered 5 speed   Price: 42500
Fun, economical, practical and totally unique. Sits high (slight 3 inch lift), turns on a dime, park it anywhere, makes camping and everyday use easy. Great gas mileage.
Rare 4x4 Vanagon – 3 inch lift – custom wheels – BF Goodrich tires like new – New Curtains – New Recaro Leather Seats – Power Steering and Power Brakes – Front Disc and Back Drum
Dash – No Cracks! New Radio – XM satellite ready, cd, Bluetooth for phone, usb slot to use with devices – Speakers front and back.
Windshield/Windows – Perfect. No Cracks. Little wing vents complete and work perfectly. Smoke colored wind deflectors on both front windows allow windows to be two inches open without being seen for parked ventilation.
Body – No dings and recent white paint that looks great. Skid plates in place if you 4x4 to protect vital parts. Safari Grill with the four lights, two outside lights large and two inside high beam small also pair of extra high beam on front bumper and black bra contrasting against the white paint to keep the grill perfect
Safes – 2 – combination hidden under each front seat. AND Locking Matching Black Metal Center console with cup holders and drawer and more cup holders around stick shift. Custom and Looks New and Great.
Truckfridge 12 volt excellent refrigerator – not the original undependable propane refer. No worries here. It makes ice also in small freezer. Refer works for days with 4 six volt house trojan batteries
Wallas Smooth top 2 burner range and heater. Look these up on the Internet - expensive and high quality. Diesel powered with diesel tank under bench seat! Great Heater. Wallas is designed marine for boats and not often seen in many campers due to its high cost. It is very efficient and inexpensive to use. Lights right up – every time. One small tank lasts days. Stainless Steel on the Corian counter. Plus propane tank is still in place under the van if you wanted to hook up outside gas grill or lights with a large propane supply instead of little canisters.
Want to boondock: 4 trojan 125 batteries for the house and 1 battery to start it. Wow, who else could camp that long? plus the diesel for the heater/stove lasts for days and days. Go deep with this one and stay for weeks. Too Cool.
Fan-Tastic Ventilation System use manually or with thermostat – blows in or out – several speeds – remote control. Cools unit wonderfully and fast. use the remote from the front when you get it and the hot air in the back is sucked up and out!
Adventurer Hightop – Lots of Open Storage in Back and Lots of Storage with door in front and open storage bay in back AND 3 doors in cabinets. (that the pop tops don’t have). And no top to lift every time you get in (like the pop tops) and no canvas to replace. All Fiberglass top. High in front and back. I will never get a pop top after this. I will be adding more info later. Call me or email. In Florence Oregon.
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Chuck Bahner
January 01, 2018
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