It's time to re-live some memories or make some new ones in this
1984 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia Camper. It's a classic camper
with the desirable special Wolfsburg Edition two-tone, and it's
loaded with all the best home-away-from-home features.
The versatile forward-control style and squared-off "bread van"
look make this instantly reminiscent of the classic VW Bus. That's
because the Vanagon is the more powerful, larger, and nimbler
successor. But this one also has a style all its own. The Wolfsburg
Edition is a rare option for this year that gave it some added
premium touches. On the outside, the two-tone Merian Brown and
Toscana Beige makes for an attractive color combo that just seems
to represent 1980s Europe perfectly. It was resprayed later in
life. Not only does that means a really nice gloss and shine today,
but also it retains terrific details, like the color-matched brown
wheel covers and the Westfalia camper top done in beige. In fact,
this one suggests a quality life, right down to the details, like
the strong gas shocks in the rear hatch and the way the doors close
The interior is all about being as comfortable as home, and that
starts with the driver's seat. A plush cloth bucket seat, dual
spoke steering wheel, and classic VDO gauges give the driver a
commanding view of the open road in this forward-control van.
There's even an easy reach to the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB
input to charge your phone. But the true luxuries are all behind
this. It has all the right comforts, including a sink, cook top,
and a place to put a refrigerator if you want. Another hallmark of
the '84 Wolfsburg Edition is the dual-bucket style middle row seat.
It provides more versatility when on the road, and it slides out to
give you use of the kitchenette when parked. There's built-in
wardrobe storage and plenty of places to sleep, including the
Westfalia's iconic pop-up roof tent for comfortable camping.
Besides being larger than a VW Bus, the Vanagon is also desirable
for its drivetrain package. The motor is a 1.9-liter fuel-injected
flat-four. The consignor even states that this has a remanufactured
engine with about half the odometer's mileage. The motor is mounted
low in the body for a low center of gravity, and the weight over
the rear driving wheels delivers the same power/traction advantages
of the Beetle. It's not the kind of powerhouse that wins drag
races, but you can feel the smart engineering it its setup. There's
also a fully independent suspension and the control of a four-speed
manual transmission. So if you've never driven one before, you're
going to be surprised at how lively this VW feels on the road. Add
in power steering and power brakes with front discs, and this is an
enjoyable total driving package.
This is the distinct Westfalia Wolfsburg Edition that has a lot to
love beyond its unique paint theme. So at a price like this, you're
looking at an irresistible deal. Call today!!!