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Vw Camper Vanagon Westfalia 1980 on 2040-cars

Year:1980 Mileage:168878


running and driving condition  only need clouth adjustment and new tires  because the tires are working but are already very old and has no spare tire

This  vehicle is in EL Paso, TX 79938       


funcionamiento y condiciones de conducci?n s?lo necesita ajuste clouth y neum?ticos nuevos, porque los neum?ticos est?n trabajando, pero ya son muy viejos y NO tiene llanta extra.

Este veh?culo est? en El Paso, TX 79938

On Jan-22-14 at 22:06:27 PST, seller added the following information:


Clarification regarding Payment Method: PayPal $500 deposit within 48 hours of auction close and balance due in 7 days after auction in wire transfer. Thanks for your understanding and good luck bidding.


Aclaraci?n sobre Forma de pago: PayPal Dep?sito de $ 500 dentro de las 48 horas de subasta y saldo a pagar en 7 d?as despu?s de la subasta de transferencia bancaria. Gracias por su comprensi?n y buena suerte con su oferta.

On Jan-25-14 at 10:50:27 PST, seller added the following information:


Hi, bidders:    I have two clarifications:

1.- Clutch problem: A mechanic come and fix the clutch problem in 5 minutes. Now is working good.

2. - Payments: Deposit of US $500.00 within 48 hours of auction close and Full payment is required within 7 days of auction close in wire transfer. Thanks


Hola, postores: Tengo dos aclaraciones:
1 - problema de embrague: Un mec?nico vino y se soluciono el problema con el embrague en 5 minutos. Ahora est? trabajando bien.
2. - Pagos: Se requiere un dep?sito de $ 500.00 EE.UU. dentro de 48 horas del cierre de la subasta y el pago completo dentro de 7 d?as de cierre de la subasta en transferencia bancaria. Gracias

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