FUN WESTFALIA CAMPER, NICE CONDITION, 1700CC MOTOR, FLAT SCREEN TV, MUST SEE!
It's time to re-live some memories or make some new ones in this 1972 Volkswagen Bus Westfalia Camper. It's a turnkey classic camper that's just begging for a road trip.
If you're looking at this van, you better be prepared to make some new friends. That's because the fun of a VW Bus is all about the character and camaraderie of ownership. The Type 2 (the original Beetle was the Type 1) used to be a symbol of the counter culture, and it only gets better with a genuine camper built by VW's official conversion specialist Westfalia. The two-tone brown and cream is the perfect color combo to represent the 1970s, and the straightness panels tell you this one has been treated with respect since day one. So this is the perfect machine for classic motoring and nights under the stars.
The driver gets all the right comforts with a great looking brown and cream bucket seat that so nicely coordinates with the exterior color scheme. Plus, there's a large steering wheel, a gearshift within easy reach, and a nice upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo for entertainment. But the true luxuries are all behind this. The rear portion has been fitted with a custom brown and tan interior featuring custom seating that face a collapsible table. It's all part of a package that folds flat into a twin mattress. Also, as a true Westfalia, it has the iconic pop-up roof for comfortable camping. And speaking of comfort, it has been outfitted so that a standard electrical outlet can be plugged in a provide power to the whole van and its 24-inch flat-screen TV. It's an amazing setup that we know has you thinking about how to use it for everything from campgrounds to the next car show.
This second generation Bus comes with plenty of engineering improvements. First of all, the 1700cc motor in this one is more powerful than anything available in the first generation, but that's only half the story. The VW flat four motor is one of the most economical and robust powerplants to maintain and improve. That's why this well-kept example fires up nicely and runs strong. Plus, those who enjoy a fun weekend project, there are a lot of companies devoted to offering inexpensive upgrades that can quickly be installed without needing a huge toolbox. In fact, getting the most power from this motor is part of Bus ownership culture. Of course, one of the easiest ways to get the best engine performance in these vans is to master the power band of the four-speed manual transmission. Another reason why the second-generation Type 2s are desirable is because the suspension was also greatly improved. The original vans utilized a modified Beetle setup, but a second generation Bus was built to better handle the unique weight and height of the vans.
This VW Bus has so much to give. It's the classic vehicle that can take you to the lake one weekend, and then the next weekend a trip to a concert with friends. And at this affordable price, you're going to need to act quickly if you want this adventure machine to be yours. Call today!!!
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 1700 CC
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Body Color
- Westfalia Camper
- 24,827 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months