While most clean Westfalias come on the market with strong asking prices, today’s is an exciting no-reserve auction. This provides an opportunity to get a nice van for a good price, but it’s also going to attract a lot of attention. Early in the auction there are already well over 50 bids as some VW-friendly adventurers minds start churning. It’s covered a decent amount of miles, but 141k shouldn’t be too much of a deterrent. The rebuilt automatic transmission makes for easier cruising but not as much fun. Swaps and upgrades are always an option with these great vans, but this should be a solid starting point without needing any big-ticket items any time soon.
Click for details: 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia on eBay
Model: Vanagon Westfalia
Engine: 2.1 liter flat-4
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 141,700 mi
Price: No reserve auction
For sale the beloved bus “Benny Blanco”
1990 Volkswagen Westfalia ,
Runs and drives excellent
Rare Automatic Transmission
Transmission was rebuilt and has 70k ($2800)
Very well kept and taken care of , receipts for maintenance etc
Mechanically solid! Never abused.
Original manuals and service books
Interior is very nice and clean
Appliances all work
Canvas and awning in great shape
I will let the pictures and video speak for the bus
Paint and body also in great shape but could use a buff
No rust! solid throughout
Once again i will let the pictures and video speak for the bus
This is a very nice westy that someone will love.
Very well kept , no pets or smoke.
Clean and clear WA state title.
From the penultimate year Vanagons were brought to the US, this is a no-frills Westy that still packs a punch. I like the body-colored mirrors and GoWesty wheel upgrade. With a pop-top, functioning stove, and an awning, what else could you need? This van could easily crest 100 bids and $20k, though having that many people enticed by the lack of reserve could push it even higher. Wherever it stops, I don’t think the buyer will be disappointed.