Bordeaux Red Pearl has always been one of my favorite Vanagon colors, and today’s burgundy Westy looks just about perfect after just 113k miles. It’s a good sign when the only blemish the seller can think to list is a missing center cap on a front wheel, which are now the common, perfectly-fitting Mercedes rims. It has a brand new pop-top tent and some post-production Westfalia stickers (of which I’m a big fan) and all the camping gear is functioning perfectly. If you can afford it, this is about as nice a stock, mostly-original Westy as you’ll find.
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1990 Westfalia Camper Vanagon GL.
Posting Photos on EBay and PhotoBuckt Over 100 Pictures in All.
Always Maintained and Garage Kept in my possession. I am the 4th person of ownership of the Camper and it has Never been in an accident.
Runs and drives Great with 4cl engine and automatic transmission. The Westy only has 113,526 Miles.
A/C Air conditioning.
It has a 2-Burner Propane stove, Sink and Fridge.
Sleeps 4-Adults. Two in the pop-top area and two on the EZ bed sofa.
The Westy looks Absolutely Beautiful. The inside could use a detail.
They are No Rips / Tears in the interior.
It has a Brand-New Canvas POP-TOP Just because I couldn’t Clean it so I had it replaced and it looks Great.
I also have the rear bug screen for the camper
Tires are newer and have plenty of thread and it has Mercedes Wheels.
Everything works as it should. Headlights, Brakes lights, Turn signals, Camping equipment,
Seatbelts for all passengers.
Detachable CD-Player with Built-in Dash Equalizer
I can help you arrange shipping or drop it off to the nearest transport station if needed or I can pick you up from Seattle SeaTac Airport
$19,500 means it’s not a cheap Westy, but it’s also not that expensive in the modern market. Ideally you could bid and get it for a little less than the BIN. Even at the asking price, I think this is a good buy if you’re into Vanagons.