Welcome to Daily Turismo’s Syncro de Mayo, our May 5th celebration of Volkswagen’s four wheel drive system known as Syncro. First up in our symphony of syncronicity is a somewhat scurrilously scandalized example of the Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) which is variously known as the Transporter, Caravelle, Microbus, Vanagon, Kombi, Westfalia and TippyMcDeathtrap. Find this 1987 Volkswagen Vanagon Syncro bidding for $8,100 in Elgin, IL via ebay.
From the seller:
Needs a new starter and a brake line. new long block engine, clean title. NO RESERVE .
this is a 4 wheel drive, manual shift, 4 speed vanagon syncro
|Seller Notes:||“a new long block engine and clutch have been installed, less than 3000 miles ago. 1.25 rocker arms with rhino feet were added for a little more power. Fuel pump, Ball joints and axle shafts were recently replaced. The van needs a new starter and a brake line. Been sitting a while.”|
|Year:||1987||VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||WV2YB0255HG083936|
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