1988 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia

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Here’s a Westy that needs no qualification: it’s just a badass, well-done camper van. The Chris Corkins engines are a great swap solution, giving more usability and power while staying true with a VW wasserboxer. Pretty much everything (save the tie-dyed tent) is on the short-list of great choices for Vanagons, including the South African grill and lights, lift kit, racks, functional interior and exterior options… make that a long list of great choices. If the seller knows enough to make these mods from these vendors, then he knows what the market is for vans like this, which means this auction could get crazy.

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Year: 1988
Model: Vanagon Westfalia
Engine: 2.2 liter flat-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 32,869 mi on engine
Price: Reserve auction

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1988 VW Westfalia –
32,000 Miles on New Chris Corkins Engine
Corkins Oil Cooling System
New Rocky Mountian Stainless Steel Exhaust
New Rocky Mountian Stainless Steel Cooling System
More Go Westy Parts than can be listed here, A few examples:
New 3 Window Tent tie dyed with organic dye
Temperpedic Bottom sleeping cushion
4” GoWesty lift kit with new shocks
Custom Roof rack, Rear Gate Ladder, Fold Down Cooler Rack and (2) Bike racks
Smoked turn, brake, etc. signals
LED interior lighting with addition of Yacht lamps (all LED)
Go Westy Auxiliary Battery Banks (2 Batteries)
South African Grill
Fiama 10’ x 8’ roll out awning with Ocean pattern
New LP Tank and regulator
New LP Cabin Heater (for camping, Not driving) with wall thermostat
New Alpine Stereo with 6 german speakers
Dynamat over engine and throughout the vehicle
LED lights in cabinets for easy camping
LP Stove, Sink and Fridge all work
Captains Swiveling Chairs
Go Westy Big Brake System
* This Vehicle also includes a 2nd, 1988 Wolfsburg edition VW van
extremely useful for parts
Shipping and Pay Pal Fees to be paid by Person Purchasing Vehicle

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Just about checks all the boxes. Even if the Syncros will bring more money, if you’re in warmer climes this van has the clearance without the burden. Westies not nearly as decked-out as this one have gone for over $30k, and I’d expect this one to clear $40k or higher. With a parts van included, this is for the real-deal Westy enthusiast. If I had the dough, it’s very much the type of Vanagon I would love forever.


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