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1991 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia, All Original, Excellent Carfax on 2040-cars

Year:1991 Mileage:185693

Coos Bay, Oregon, United States

Coos Bay, Oregon, United States

I have decided to sell the all original 1991 Westfalia that my kids and I were going to camp in this summer. I bought it a few months ago in Washington and drove it home. I need to sell it to pay some debt off. I have a '79 Riviera in the home stretch of a preservation resto, so don't feel sorry for the kiddos, we will camp! I have replaced some little odds and ends, including skylight, skylight knob, skylight seal, all four small plastic hubcaps (2 were missing.) The front table was missing so I ordered one along with one knob. All parts were ordered from Gowesty. This Westy runs and drives great. The 2.1 with auto trans really pushes it down the road just fine, in my opinion it has plenty of power. In fact, in comparison to the automatic bay windows i have driven it really scoots. It shifts as it should and there are no funky noises. No leaks either, not counting a slight trans fluid leak that is coming from the fitting in the pan where the dipstick tube goes in, which should be an easy fix. It hasnt leaked enough since ive owned it to even register lower on the stick. The engine leaves zero oil on the ground and does not smoke at all. Runs quiet and smooth. Will need a catalytic converter/ muffler at some point. It isn't loud, but there is some noise coming from the catalytic converter, which means that some of the platinum inside has broken loose. Common and a bolt-on, but worth mentioning. Previous owner claimed the engine had a piston/cylinder rebuild at about 120k. It sure runs like new but I have no proof of this. As far as equipment goes, here is the rundown: Fridge works on propane, 110 and 12v. Stove works great, both burners Pump for sink does not work, either the switch is bad or the small inexpensive submersible pump needs replaced. Canvas on pop top is very good except a section in the rear that was "left outside" when top was put down. I chose not to replace as it could be repaired and kept original if new owner prefers. What this Westy has going for it is a super carfax, original paint, which means that what you see is what you get, unlike some of the "fully restored" vans that are sometimes offered. Meaning it hasn't been messed with, which is the way to buy a used vehicle. This is not perfect or restored, it is however well kept and all original which speaks volumes. I welcome and prefer phone calls from serious bidders. This van has a clean WA title and the carfax looks to show 4 owners, if I'm reading it right. Please call with any questions and personal inspection is welcome if prospective buyers are near or willing to come to Coos Bay, Oregon. Shipping is to be secured and financed by new owner. Thank you for taking the time to review my add, and good luck if you decide to bid! This van is ready to do some serious camping this summer! Matt 541-294-6911

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