The Volkswagen Type 2, or T2 was the second-generation of the German automaker’s highly successful and much-loved Transporter, Kombi or Microbus. Produced from November 1949 and still in production as the sixth-generation Volkswagen Transporter, this iconic vehicle had a major role in the preferred transportation of the young, wild, and free. Camper conversions were a natural extension for this relatively compact vehicle that was reasonably spacious on the inside, and many manufacturers offered their take on it. One of those was Westfalia-Werke, who were officially contracted by Volkswagen to make the Volkswagen-Westfalia series of campers. What we’ve got here is a 1976 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper Van from Idaho with 76,000 miles on the clock, an ideal vehicle if you love the great outdoors and yearn to traverse it in a cult classic. It’s reportedly been recently refreshed and tuned up, with the current seller having invested over ten grand in it after purchase to keep it in tip-top shape. Some documentation is available too.
This 1976 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper Van wears a suitably eye-catching orange exterior that ensures you can’t lose it even if you park it in a lush thicket. The entire camper is said to have been gone through professionally. The sliding door has been refreshed with new slider, guide piece and related parts, the stationary window has received new seals, and the previous owner is said to have replaced the pop-top seal. Venture aboard and the floors are reportedly solid and straight with recently replaced carpeting, whilst the front seats were previously recovered. Sleeping accommodations consist of an upstairs bunk bed, as well as the rear bench folding into a two-person bed. There are cabinets, outlets, and a stainless steel sink with 12-volt water pump among the amenities on offer.
In the mechanical department, this 1976 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper Van has received a thorough refresh as well. It’s 2.0L ‘pancake’ engine has a Weber progressive carb on it and drives the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission. The vehicle has received new brake shoes, brake booster, cylinders, hoses, and cables, replaced steering swing level bushes, drag links, tie rods, dampers and front suspension too. The transaxle was removed and replaced, a new fuel tank, alternator and shield, and front vacuum tube sealing have been replaced too. The engine has received a new flywheel, a recent oil change, new grommets, sleeves, spark plugs, replaced intake manifold and exhaust.
Car Location: Idaho Orange exterior White top 2.0L 4 Cylinder Carb Recently refreshed and tuned up reported by seller New components include brakes, Floors are reported to be solid and straight Recently replaced stationary window sealsq Front seats were previously recovered New poptop seal reported by previous owner Rear bench folds into a 2 person bed Upper bunk bed Recently replaced carpeting Cabinets Outlets Stainless steel sink w/ 12 volt water pump Current owner replaced front vacuum tube sealing Recent oil change new grommet/sleeve Recently replaced spark plugs Weber progressive Carb Replaced brake booster Idle Jet .80 idle, .60 2nd Brake booster T2 mid 74 ton New license plate bulb Engine prop rod New guide piece for sliding door Disc clutch 228mm T2 Recent alignment Seller reports about 10,000 invested in camper after purchasing it Some documentation and receipts available Removed and replaced transaxle Replaced alternator and shield Replaced intake manifold Replace flywheel Replace fuel tank Replaced steering swing level bushings, drag link, tie rods, damper and front suspension Replaced exhaust Entire camper has been gone through professionally Seller reports documentation and receipts available for the recent work Sliding door refreshed with new parts and sliders New brake shoes, cylinders, hoses, and cables New master brake cylinder and front hoses Inquire for more details
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