Excellent Condition 1991 Vanagon Weekender

1991 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon

Condition: Used
Make: Volkswagen
Model: Bus/Vanagon
SubModel: Westfalia Multivan (Weekender)
Type: Van Camper
Year: 1991
Mileage: 190000
VIN: WV2TB025XMG009786
Color: Blue
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Safety: driver common sense
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Washington, District Of Columbia, United States
Power Windows, Air Conditioning

Description for Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon 1991

I am selling my beloved Vanagon Weekender for less than it's appraised value of $29,500. The appraisal has a lot of pictures and details about what was done when, and you can see it here:
Overall condition and history: The van lives in Washington DC and travels around the mid-Atlantic region, mainly to Shenandoah National Park and the Monongahela National Forest. It is lovingly maintained and cared for by VW experts at Wheaton Service Center. It is in top-notch mechanical condition and drives very well. It has peppy acceleration, except when the A/C is on, and can keep up in highway traffic. I cruise at 68ish MPH on the interstate, including with the A/C on in the summer. The interior and exterior are in very good condition, but they are not show quality.
Known issues and/or defects: There is a scratch and some minor dents on the sliding door. One of the pop-top screens is ripped, but the canvas window that covers it is fine. The rear emblem sticks out a little. I only have one rear-facing jump seat so that I can put a cooler in the space behind the front passenger. Otherwise it has no issues or defects.
Major repairs: See appraisal. Importantly, the van has new fuel lines, fuel rails, cylinder heads, head gaskets, a new radiator and coolant tubes.
Installed upgrades and accessories: See appraisal. A few items worth highlighting are custom carpets, an oil cooler that gets the van through DC summers with the AC on, an oil-pressure gauge, GoWesty Plate Steel bumpers, and an auxiliary battery and power invertor so you can power stuff without running down the main battery.
Feel free to write with any questions.