1987 VW Vanagon Westfalia Full Camper – $7,700 in Ballard, CA
Posted by a seller in Ballard, CA (Santa Barbara County) this morning is this 1987 Vw Vanagon Westfalia Full Camper(link) w/ manual trans and 213 miles for only $7,700. The owner says they have all records since new, and that the only fix the van currently needs is a new tent canvas. While tent canvases and install are not cheap(or easy), $7,700 is a pretty good price for an 1987 full camper that runs well and shows like this. They even state that sink, stove and fridge all still work. Aside from some bumps, nicks, minor rust spots and bumper caps, this van looks like a deal. The tent canvases are anywhere from $300 -> $800, depending on quality, materials, windows, etc, but I’m not sure how much time it takes to install, it took this guy 5 hours.
1998 4×4 Astro Van w/ V8 & Westfalia Kitchen Set Up – $15k in Tahoe
Updated: I noticed seller states they’ll take $12,500 in this forum. Maybe they’ve done some upgrades since?
I believe this is about as far away as I’ve gotten from posting a traditional Westfalia, but I couldn’t resist. Posted on craigslist(link) over a month ago in the Lake Tahoe area, this is quite the project Astro van someone’s been working on for a while. No mention of why they are selling it, but it’s been well taken care of, it could be a fun rig to mob around in. It’s a 1998 Chevy Astro Van with a 1999 5.7L V8 from a K1500 Suburban, with roughly 150,000 miles on the motor, 3,000 miles on the automatic transmission, no mention of what’s on the actual odometer. Among the FOX shocks and other awesome modifications, this van is also equipped with a Westfalia kitchen insert with upgraded 12v fridge. It’s also not the traditional AWD that came with some of these Astro vans, but rather a NP231C manual shift with custom drive lines and solid axles. WOW!. According to the seller they’ve invested over $30k into this van over the last five years. See the full details and specs on the craigslist listing.