Good condition. Mechanically very sound. All moving parts with the exception of

1981 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon Westfalia

Make: Volkswagen
Model: Bus/Vanagon
Type: Minivan
Trim: Westfalia
Year: 1981
Mileage: 250,000
VIN: WV2ZA025XBH156033
Color: White
Engine: 2.0 Fuel Injected
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Los Angeles, California, United States

Description for Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon 1981

I'm selling my 1981 Vanagon Westfalia. It's a fun car. Driven everyday for the last 4 years. Only selling because mechanically this van is good to go. I'm planning on buying a hardtop vanagon and doing a subaru swap. Thousands invested. The van runs great. Drives straight and stops on a dime. This is important because the vast majority of vans on the market have major reliability or safety issues. Everything mechanically with the exception of the longblock has been replaced (compression tests good). The van has also been upgraded with a 200 watt solar system and an electric fridge (the stock fridges do not work at all). This fridge will run 24hrs a day forever if you want to keep cold drinks or food in the van. Body has minimal rust. Nothing on the frame or floor pan. One panel has some rust at a seam that will need to be repaired. I never did it because the paint looks nice now and I figured that would be best done when the van gets a respray.
Recently passed smog, so your good for two years. Although the smog guy said it passed with flying colors on the first round. It too 5 minutes and he said he never saw one of these pass that well.
Suspension (completely rebuilt)
-new wheel bearings on whole van
-upper and lower ball joints
-suspension bushings (all of them, event he sway bar)
-steering gear
-steering bushing
-shocks rear and front
-all new springs around
Brakes (completely rebuilt)
New front disk rotors
New calipers
New rear drums, cylinders, pads and linkages
Manual break cable
New soft lines (braided in rear)
Rebuilt ECU
Rebuilt airflow meter
Rebuilt harness
Oxy sensor
Temp II sensor
New injectors
New fuel lines
New air boot
New hoses
Spark plug wires
New coil (actually two. you get the stock and the aftermarket -both new)
Aftermarket distributor
Rebuilt original distributor
New pushrod tubes
Rebuilt Alternator
New left and right heater boxes
Custom (repaired) crossover tube. Not available new.
New catalytic converter
New muffler
New muffler tip
Cat bypass tube (for offroad use only :) )
Mostly up to you. I never did much to it because I could never make a decision which way I wanted to go.
-Back up camera
-LCD stereo receiver with screen for backup camera
-LED lighting
-New electric fridge
-200 amp hour sealed battery for solar
-200 watt solar panels on the roof
New clutch slave cylinder
New tires
Refurbished alloy wheels
New sliding door handles in and out.
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