This one is definitely a bit rough around the edges, but comes with some nice features, including a Tiico engine conversion. This van is a 1984 VW Vanagon Westfalia Camper with a 2.0L VW/Audi engine with roughly 40k miles on it and a manual transmission with a rear locking differential. If you live in California and plan to register it there, make sure all the correct parts were used so it will pass a smog referee, as you’ll likely need to get this CARB certified, check this out for more info. It comes with a ladder, two batteries, a 1300 watt inverter and the fridge is said to work all 3 ways (nice!). It also appears to come with a full length awning and possibly 3 sets of rack tabs mounted to the pop top. It’s the original tent canvas, but does show nicely, which is a good sign this van was reflectively well cared for. The seller didn’t provide the VIN, so you’ll definitely want to ask about that one so you can do a title check. Find it for sale in Phoenix, AZ with an asking price of $11k. Craigslist Link
If this specimen has been a lifetime desert dweller, it could be well worth the $11k. Go find a new slider door, give it a new paint job and new upholsetry and you could have yourself a show worth Westy with some unique powertrain features (engine and diff lock).