It's time to re-live some memories or make some new ones in this
1973 Volkswagen Bus Westfalia Camper. In fact, this one has been
given the right investments to keep it a turn-key classic camper
that's just begging for a road trip.
If you're looking at this van, you better be prepared to make some
new friends. That's because the fun of a VW Bus is all about the
character and camaraderie of ownership. The Type 2 (the original
Beetle was the Type 1) used to be a symbol of the counter culture,
and it only gets better with a genuine camper built by VW's
official conversion specialist Westfalia. The Pastel White paint is
the original color, but you can tell it benefits from a more recent
respray. The clean and glossy paint looks particularly nice as it's
just a shade different than the top, bumpers, and wheels for a very
subtle two-tone. Super-straight body panels, new brightwork, and
new seals on the Westfalia top all elevate the look of quality. So
while every Westfalia gives the impression of a well-traveled
friend, it's obvious this one was given the right investments to
turn back the clock on aging.
The interior also has a desirable look where you can tell there was
time and money spent making sure it stays vintage but feels fresh.
These VWs are great because the driver gets a commanding view of
the road in this forward-control van. There's a large steering
wheel, a gearshift within easy reach, and a nice upgraded AM/FM/CD
stereo with USB input for entertainment. In the back, the curtains,
the seat cloth, and the faux wood all have the feeling of a newer
investment, but they give that ideal a retro-cool vibe. It's quite
useful inside with a mini fridge, collapsible table, electrical
hookup, and sink. Built-in storage, a rear padded bed, and the
iconic pop-up camping roof with new canvas sides make this
Westfalia a true home away from home.
The engine bay has obvious signs of fresh investment and
improvement. It starts with a 1800cc motor that looks good with
fresher paint and newer components. There's even a nice set of dual
Weber 34 carbs. It fires up eagerly, like a well-respected robust
VW motor should, and it's a strong runner. And you get full control
over this one thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Power
brakes with discs up front, upgraded coilovers in the rear, and
newer Hankook tires come together to deliver a good feeling on the
This is the perfect machine for classic motoring in the day and
nights under the stars. It's ready for an adventure right now, are
you? Call today!!!