This next car comes as a tip from Scott T who writes: Have you ever wanted to pick up someone else’s project after they’ve lost interest? Do you love putting together lego sets with no instructions? Then this is the van for you friend! This looks like the seller methodically removed every non driveline part. It’s not blooming in New England yet, so those pics probably aren’t from this year. On the plus side, it’s a non rusty east coast westy and you don’t even have to lift a carpet to inspect it. The Go Westy bumpers the seller has are about $200 for the basic kit, but he might have the heavy duty version, which with the hitch is almost a grand in parts. Find this 1987 Volkswagen Westfalia offered for $7500 in Boston, MA via craigslist.
From the seller:
Being sold for restoration. Very little would need to be complete the restoration and get the van back on the road. Reasonable offers will be considered.
– Clean MA salvage title
– Originally from CA and shipped out in 2003. No rust, aside from a little where the sink mounts.
– Vehicle has been disassembled and is ready for restoration. A complete set of pictures taken during the process are available.
All mechanical restoration completed short of dropping and replacing the engine:
– GoWesty! rebuilt transaxle
– Heavy duty clutch
– GoWetsy! Big Brake Kit
– Suspension (Bilsteen shocks, heavy-duty springs, bushings and bearings)
– Alloy rims and new tires
– Full maintenance records available
Nearly all parts required to complete the restoration process, including:
– South African Grille and headlights
– GoWesty! Big Bumpers
– Door and window seals
– Camper tent
– Carpets and curtains
– Full list of parts available
– Haynes manual
– Official Volkswagen service manual
– Trailer hitch with bike rack
Please note that I am not looking to part the van out at this point.
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