1971 VW Camper Van Price: $39900 OBO
Under 1400 miles since full restoration.
NEW: 1776 CC Dual Port Engine, 80 HP, balanced crank, performance heads, headers, cam, ignition
(Factory engine was 1600, this one is built up a bit.)
New drivetrain including:
4 speed transmission
All cables, hoses, wires
Fuel system, carburetor
Set of 5: 27x8.5 R14 General Grabber ATx truck style tires w/ powder coated rims
NEW POWER BRAKES: New complete brake system, including electronic vacuum source for
brake booster, master cyl, calipers, drums, rotors, wheel cyls, bearings, seals.
(This vehicle has disc brakes in front and drum brakes in rear.)
NEW SUSPENSION / STEERING:
KYB shocks, dampener
(The suspension is slightly lifted by the torsion springs.)
NEW ELECTRICAL: Complete wire harness from Wolfsburg West
2 x Interstate deep cycle batteries (one for engine, one for camping)
Healey headlight system
Interior fluorescent lighting
Tachometer (Factory did not include tach originally.)
Pioneer bluetooth stereo and 4 x speakers
Electronic wiper spray system
12V power jack installed on exterior
BODY: The body was stripped down to the metal, all rust eradicated
New body panels welded in
Any body damage was worked / repaired
Body was primed and undercoated and painted inside and outside
Camper top painted
New rubber all the way around including windows, doors, engine compartment, pop-top
NEW continued: Exterior lenses (ALL)
Interior panels (ALL)
Memory foam padding and custom upholstery on Rock & Roll Bed, rear compartment
Foam padding and upholstery on front seats
T & G wood flooring
Window bug screens
Canvas tent w/ Windows for top
Pop top hinges
The heating system is new and works fine while driving.
The “house” or camping battery is separated and runs all interior lighting, stereo and 12V outlet jacks. Bus includes 12V inverter and solar panel; spare parts and hardware.
This bus was built by an ASE Certified technician and auto repair shop owner as a “Keeper”. It took over 3 years to build. It has over $30K in receipts and took hundreds of hours to build. But big life changes have come upon us and we will be leaving the country and unfortunately cannot take this gem with us.
Professional inspections are welcomed. I will accept cash or bank wire transfer. I can help with shipping.