1978 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper

This Camper was owned by an old man who liked to travel with his wife from state to state Camping and enjoying the great outdoors. He would hook up a hitch for extra storage.

The engine, suspension, brakes all work great. It doesn’t pull, and doesn’t sway from side to side. It happily cruises along 55-60 MPH.

The fuel injection system is still completely in tact, which makes it better on gas and easy to start when cold.

Old man said that this bus was painted in 1991. It shines up really great..! I would rate the paint job 8.5.-9/10.

The Interior is mostly original, and super clean as well. The front seats were just re-upholstered with new foam, and period correct green tartan fabric.

The carpet, rubber padding, wood kick panels are all original, and the rear cushions are as well.

It comes with the swivel / captains chair option for the passenger seat which wasn’t in all of them. The curtains are all brand new, including the extra long one for the windshield to use when camping.

The undercarriage is incredibly clean apart from a few surface rust areas. Both battery boxes are completely intact and have never been messed with. It has two batteries and a trickle charger hook up for when you put her away in storage.

What can be better?

The windshield has one pit in it, the dash has a few cracks, and there are tiny bubbles in some areas. One tiny bubble on the passenger door smaller than your pinky, and a few little ones under some of the windows along the side.

 

1975 Honda CL360

1975 Honda CL360 Cafe Racer Inspired

A reputable shop (Motofactory) had built this motorcycle with no expense spared. See 4 page invoice for close to $9,000.
The original 360 CC engine complete re-assembled, build & fine tuned. The compression numbers showed 180 PSI for both cylinders.
Scrambler style double exhaust heat wrapped. They’re pretty loud.
A brand new set of VM30 Mikuni Carburators were added. Its fast…!
The frame, and misc. other parts were sandblasted and powder coated.
Gas tank acid bathed, flushed out & dried.
Honda OEM kick starter with a capacitor to power the halogen lights, turn signals, etc.

1976 Porsche 911S

1976 Porsche 911S

Arrived from the north west (Seattle area) where it had been sleeping in a garage since 1995. 154K Miles.

Car has been partially painted in its life, but part of the car remains in its original paint. The undercarriage, and trunk area is super clean. No accidents or rust. The hood, trunk lid, area near the antenna, and the passenger quarter panel has some paint patina / cracking. The worst place being the hood. The car is incredibly straight, and if you really wanted it to be perfect you would paint those areas.
Interior is completely original and in really nice shape.
The engine was rebuilt 30 miles ago to the tune of almost $14,000. It still needs to be broken in, and adjusted afterwards.
It runs, and drives really nicely. It definitely needs new tires, and lots of exercise.
Comes with manual, spare, jack, nice toolkit, $19+K in receipts, front end bra, trunk carpet, ski rack, clean title.