Fresh up on eBay is this 1991 VW Vanagon Westfalia Camper with claims of over $40k invested since it was purchased by the 2nd and current owner. The engine was rebuilt back in May and went from the original 2.1L to a 2.2L adding a little extra torque and horsepower, along with a professional transmission rebuild. The odometer reads 164k miles and is likely accurate based on the provided Auto Check title report. There’s a huge list of other updates which include; GoWesty progressive springs w/ Koni shock-absorbers, new steering rank, GoWesty steep bumpers, South African Grill and headlights, power inverter, 16″ Carat wheels, stainless steel exhaust and coolant lines, full body restoration, 3 window tent, Terrawagon fender flares and stainless screws and bolts everywhere. It appears they did dump a bunch of time and money into this rig, but now due to moving overseas they must sell. Most of these vans are found on the West Coast, however this one currently resides in Washington D.C. The eBay auction ends on 11/13 at 5am PST. eBay Link
A Note To The Seller: You could probably sell this for more on the West Coast, but you know that 🙂 Nice rig. You’d probably speed up the process if you listed the reserve price or a Buy It Now price. Not sure when you have to move, or if you have an “out” or somewhere to store it while you’re gone.
A Note To The Buyer: I guarantee the seller wants at least $30k for this van, if not $40k. Be prepared for a bidding war, though I give it a 70% chance of it not hitting their reserve price. However, if they’re forced to move soon, you never know what kind of deal you might be able to get.