While I’m not 100% sure how to import one of these from Canada, I’m guessing it shouldn’t be too hard. I love when a seller really goes the distance to describe every last little details about the who, what, when, where, why, how of their van. This is one of those cases. This 1991 VW Vanagon Westfalia Camper was listed on The Samba yesterday for $25,000 and is located in the Montreal area. This was originally just a Vanagon tin top with an automatic transmission, that was full transformed into a Westfalia camper with the desirable (and expensive) ALH turbo diesel motor coupled to TBD limited slip differential with a 5 speed manual transmission. The seller says the can achieve 30mpg on the highway, and with the rare 22.5 gallon South African gas tank, can go 600 miles on one fill up! Some of the many other highlights include a big brake kit on the front, a trailer hitch, custom shelves in the rear cabinet, rear paulchen rack, Carat body cladding, bigger wattage front bulbs and relays, 16″ wheels and a three window tent. There’s no mention of how many miles are on the body, however in this post, you can see the odometer reads 115k. There’s way too much to list here, click the link above or the image to the right to be taken to the list on The Samba.