My proclivities lie in the 80s, especially when it comes to VW Vans. The old buses are cool, but after riding in my brother’s college-edition enough, it’s a little post-war for me. The Eurovan has always seemed like a capable fellow, but I was initially turned off by front wheel drive and less distinctive styling than the Vanagon. A friend is in search of one to someday be the ultimate family vacation vehicle, and despite being the more modern Van, they can be had more affordably than Vanagons. Today’s eschews the bland looks with an amazing original teal paint job. It’s put on some miles, but that’s what adventure vans are for!
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1993 Volkswagen Eurovan Westfalia Weekender on eBay
Model: Eurovan Westfalia Weekender
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-5
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 192,000 mi
Price: No reserve auction
For sale is a very clean and well cared for and maintained 1993 Volkswagen Westfalia Weekender edition. This bus is equipped with the following options:
2.5L. 5 cylinder engine
Pop-Top (westfalia weekender)
RUST FREE (no salt)
Stereo cd player
Factory refrigerator (under seat)
Flip up table
192,000 Original miles
NO RESERVE AUCTION!!!
All original Owner Manuals
This Volkswagen Bus is in beautiful condition. The body is rust free and straight. No dings or dents at all. The paint shines and looks new. The interior is in above average condition and shows little to no wear. The seats are clean and are without any tears or stains. This van was never smoked in or did it have any pets in it. The canvas on the pop-top is in great condition. No leaks or any water stains at all. The engine and drivetrain runs and shifts excellent and it is without any mechanical issues or any leaks of any kind. The brakes are perfect and have fewer than 10,000 miles of wear. I am listing this RV for my business located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. WI residents are required to pay state taxes. NO RESERVE AUCTION!!! Please email me with any questions or concerns. This vehicle will be available for local showings. Thanks for viewing.
Bidding is active but modest, underlining the affordable awesomeness of the Eurovan. 192k miles is a lot, but knowing that you can fit a variety of engines under the hood makes me worry less. Especially if this thing stays under $10k, you’re getting a hugely capable vehicle that could be as much a part of the family as the dog – and will probably live longer.