Westfalia Weekenders

The Volkswagen Westfalia Weekender is the lighter leaner cousin of the full camper. While it still maintains the upstairs bunk and fiberglass pop top, it lacks most of the storage cabinets, kitchen and other amenities. However many fans prefer the weekender over the camper due to the fact it has more room downstairs, usually has five stock seatbelts and is a bit lighter overall. The Weekenders usually come with the Wolfsburg trim package as well.

2 thoughts on “Westfalia Weekenders

  1. I’m currently looking for a Westfalia Weekender and I love this website for offering resources to help find it. I noticed that the Craigslist page is very active, updating every time a Westfalia is placed on Craigslist. I was wondering if this page is active as well? All these postings of Weekenders are expired.

    If not, I’d love some advice finding one as it seems whoever I’m speaking to has quite the knowledge about locating these wonderful vans.

    – Will

    • Hi Will,
      I have a 2001 westfalia weekender with 123k miles, located in northern New Jersey.

      Deep wine red color, automatic, heated seats , excellent condition inside and out and under, all screens and curtains, upgraded stereo and speakers, trailer hitch (though I never used it for towing)
      transmission replaced at 84,000 miles, and top end of the engine (timing chain on up) done at 105,000 miles.

      I am the second owner, purchased from VW dealer under warranty in 2003.

      Asking $23,000. Will send pictures on request.


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