1993 VW Eurovan Weekender, Westfalia, Travel Ready Price: 16000
1993 VW T4 Eurovan MV Weekender Westfalia. Running smooth on 211,860 miles. Manual transmission. 2.5L gasoline engine. Comes road and travel ready. Equipped with all you need for camping. Included: Rhino Rack Sunseeker Awning, ARB 50qt Fridge Freezer, 300Wp Solar System and 100Ah Lithium battery for 3-5 days boondocking in the shade before having to move into the sun, 2-burner portable Coleman stove, camping table, two new chairs, memory foam mattress, customized storage and more…
Price: $16000 or best offer
Kermit was originally manufactured in Germany and sold to its first owner in California. He has never seen winter or salt. We are selling him to move to Europe to be with a family member with a severe illness.
12,000 miles ago at the start of our trip we put lots of work into him and used the Covid lockdown in Mexico 4,000 miles ago for final tune-ups, so that now he runs like a champ despite his age.
We bought this van to travel through Central America and later Mexico for 15 months. Made some significant upgrades to live and travel comfortably. Installed a solar system, 50-quart ARB fridge/freezer, 4 USB Plugs, two 110V plugs and a customized storage unit. We also reinforced the pop top with fiberglass layers and installed GoWesty struts to take the load of the roof-top carrier.
-Rear 3-person seat converts to queen size bed (approx. 60"x71")
-Pop-Top converts to full size bed (approx. twin size, 42"x65")
-Memory foam queen-size mattress makes sleeping on the fold out more comfortable
-Reinforced pop-top and struts to allow a loaded roof top carrier
-Roof top carrier with solar panels attached on top -- 200WP
-Roof with 100WP solar panel
-100Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate Solar battery (In total with 300WP solar enough to camp 3-5 days in the shade without having to move the van to the sun)
-Solar Shower (~7 gal)
-Co-pilot chair swivels 360°
-Curtains for all windows and windshield—Originals and in great shape
-Mosquito nets for side windows and trunk (great to sleep with trunk open by the ocean)
-ARB 47Qt Fridge/Freezer, 4x USB Plugs, 2x 110V Plugs
-Small overhead fan (great for sleeping in tropical climates)
-Furniture custom made to serve as a night stand, pantry, table and all kitchen storage
-Rhino Rack Awning
-7 gal drinking water tank
-Christmas/fairy lights for a very homey ambience inside the camper or outside attached to the awning
-2 burner portable Coleman stove with 11 x 1 lb Propane bottles and adapters for refilling the bottles
-Cooking and eating utensils, small grill rack and prongs
-Hammock from Ecuador + ropes
-Hitch (towing capacity according to VW: 4,400 lbs of a braked trailer)
-Never traveled with pet
-5-speed manual transmission
-Lifted front and rear approx. 2 inches for higher clearance
-Jumper cables (Lithium Solar battery can be used to jump car battery)
-Includes oil for next oil change
-Includes oil for toping up
-1.3gal reserve tank
-Gas mileage according to VW: 17MPG City, 21MPG Highway
-Actual Gas mileage in average over 10 000 Miles: above 17.6MPG (approx. 40% highway and 60%city, with roof top carrier and Solar Shower mounted on roof)
-Seats 5 full-size passengers.
-Load-sensitive Braking system (LBS)
Included spare parts
-Bushings front top (stored in spare tire)
-Idle valve original (works fine)
-Ball bearings and rollers for sliding door
-Fan fuses 50A
-Spark Coil (original, not working likely because of a cold soldering joint)
-buttons for power mirror and power windows
Kermit’s tune-up along the way (Between 4,000 and 12,000 miles ago)
-All three engine supports
-Fuel injector rail
And much more. Detailed list with mileage since work was done upon request.
We have maintenance service receipts and the van’s history dating back to 1994.
-Fuel gauge doesn’t function. We managed easily with trip odometer.
-Original temperature gauge doesn’t function. We installed an external gauge which shows the temperature when the engine is off.
-Refueling at the gas stop you need to hold the nozzle on half flow rate
-Idles raving from 900 to 1500rpm after strenuous mountain rides or at very high altitudes
-You can hear a ball bearing in the transmission when in neutral
-Consumes 1 qt. of oil every 1000-2000miles (depending on oil viscosity)
-1 missing hub cap
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