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Beautiful 1982 Vanagon Diesel Westfalia on 2040-cars

US $4,600.00
Year:1982 Mileage:149107
Location:

Dennard, Arkansas, United States

Dennard, Arkansas, United States

This is a beautiful 1982 Vanagon Diesel Westfalia. the outside is in good condition, original paint and all. perfect for a new honey mooning couple, adventurous bachelor, or someone going through a midlife crisis and wanting to travel the states in style. Has a complete working stove, ice cold refrigerator and freezer combo, fold out bed and table, and a custom folding out bunk as an extra bed if you are brave enough to bring little ones along for the trip. It needs a little bit of love. The motor is outside of the vehicle as of now , the shady mechanic I had it at said it needed some engine work so it could needing some or he could have been trying to rip me off as that was his speciality, the canvas on the pop top has some mouse chewing, and the rear passenger corner has had some body work that needs to be redone if you wanted to restore it like new. It has a rust spot near the bottom of the middle passenger side which you can see in the pictures. It just needs a little work to bring it back to it's original beauty. I had a rack on top installed originally worth $1,200.00 and a bike rack on the rear side originally $300. I have taken it on a road trip with my two children into Canada while they where still young, and will always remember it as one of the best bonding experiences and most fun times of my life. It has been sitting in a garage for years and thought someone of similar taste might have some of there own adventures in it. Don't miss out on the experience worth every penny. feel free to call me at 870-504-1922 if you have any questions!

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Help a couple drive their 1984 Vanagon around the world

Mon, 22 Apr 2013 19:58:00 EST

Meet Brad, Sheena and Nacho
Driving through China is a pricey proposition. The couple will need to pony up a staggering $19,514 just to cover the fees.
Brad and Sheena Van Orden are in the midst of a life-defining campaign to travel around the world, and they're doing it in a 1984 Volkswagen Vanagon custom built for the occasion. The past 15 months have seen the couple quit their jobs with Gore-Tex and drive from Arizona to the very southern tip of Argentina after spending a full two years saving and preparing for the trek. Now they're in southern Asia gearing up for the next leg of their journey.

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