So, you’ve been cooped up by the coronavirus pandemic for means too many months and also you’re desirous to get out of the home and to do some touring. However you’re undecided how a lot you need to combine with others out on the highway or motels.
The Choose of the Day could possibly be the answer. It’s a 1981 Volkswagen Vanagon Westphalia, which the personal vendor promoting the car on ClassicCars.com says is a “able to go camper on the flip of the important thing.”
The vendor studies that the VW received a freshly rebuilt GEX 2.0-liter engine in 2019. GEX Worldwide is an Arkansas-based firm that focuses on rebuilding air-cooled engines for 1972-83 Volkswagen vans and for the Porsche 914 mannequin.
This Vanagon’s year-old powerplant set up is linked to a guide transmission.
“Exterior, this Westfalia is believed to be completed within the authentic brown paint,” the vendor provides. “The white prime has simply been completely cleaned and shines brightly.
“Entrance and rear bumpers have been changed with black powder-coated metal bumpers, the grill is the South African model with four headlights, and two roof crossbars had been added as nicely.
“Inside, this van options brand-new brown carpeting, up to date Bluetooth-capable stereo, a more moderen wanting canvas pop prime, and the unique home equipment.
“With the highest open and the rear seat folded down, there are two beds ready for use, a swing-out desk, and room to face up totally. With such a small car dimension, the Vanagon is the proper selection for a small camper that’s simple to drive with out lacking out on all of the consolation.”
The vendor says the van exhibits 140,310 miles on its odometer, presumably the overwhelming majority of that compiled on the unique engine, and the vendor has all receipts since 1998.
The van is positioned in Boise, Idaho, and is being provided for $18,995.
To view this itemizing on ClassicCars.com, see Pick of the Day.