1987 Vanagon Subaru 2.2 Conversion Price: $7500
Purchased another Vanagon and thinking about selling this one.
Has a KEP subaru conversion using the Smallcar engine mounts. I believe that Busaru did the wiring harness. It has the 2.2L ej22 out of a 1994 Legacy with 150,000 miles. Manual transmission shifts good.
Vanagon body currently has 158,000 miles on it. Non AC van.
Many new parts in the past year including:
Brake lines and hoses
rear wheel cylinders
rebuild brake calipers
Subaru spark plug/plug wires
Subaru timing belt (its an early ej22 so if the belt breaks the engine is ok)
KEP Stainless Steel Subaru Header
Currently needs little things to be addressed: Tach needs to be connected. Correct engine temperature gauge(the subaru sensor gives the wrong reading at the dash). The power steering hoses are leaking so i disconnected them (Never installed the subaru power steering pump).
Has minimal rust. the worst of it is on the front door step panels. Most seams are rust free. Front windshield and bumper seams are rust free.
Interior needs a going-through. I had planned on buying a Westfalia interior and making it into a tiptop camper. In my search I found a really nice Weekender Westfalia for a good price. As a result I'm thinking about selling this one.
It Was garaged up until I purchased the Weekender. Asking $7500 or best reasonable offer. Its a decent alternative to the $15k-$20k Camper Subaru conversions, especially if you swap in a camper interior.