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1985 Volkswagen Westfalia Weekender Wolfsburg Edition

1985 Volkswagen Westfalia Weekender Wolfsburg Edition

On offer today is a 1985 Volkswagen Westfalia Weekender Wolfsburg Edition in very nice condition with 122k miles on the ODO.

It is finished in Agate Brown Metallic on light beige Tartan upholstery.

This is a water-cooled version with an Automatic 3-speed transmission, 1.9 Litre engine rated at 83 Horsepower. It runs and drives absolutely perfect. Suspension feels brand new, steering completely direct. Needs immediately nothing.

Seating for 6, pop out picnic table. Backseat easily transforms into a bed and sleeps 2! Pop the top, climb upstairs to discover another fold-out bed that accommodates two additional people. Outside is an awning that folds out into a spot of shade to chill in front of the bus.

It has been extensively repaired and upkept really well! There are a ton of maintenance receipts ($28,300+ worth!)

Exterior is very straight, clean. A solid 8/10 Shows some signs of repaint, misc. chips, scratches here, there. No undercarriage rust. Does show some bubbling around rear bottom lines.

Super clean interior very well kept. Dash shows some sun exposure.

Pop-top Wolfsburg Edition Vanagon: There were many different Wolfsburg edition models available with a pop-top. For example, in 1984 there were Wolfsburg edition full campers with a higher trim level and two-tone paint job but were otherwise identical to a non-Wolfsburg full camper. In ’85, ’86, and ’87, a special edition called the Wolfsburg Weekender was offered in both 2WD and 4WD (Syncro). That model has a pop-top and upstairs bed, like all Westy full campers from ’80-’91, but no fridge, stove, sink, or cabinet assembly. Instead, the rear seat is full width to accommodate three adults (rather than the shorter seat in full campers that only accommodates two). Behind the driver’s seat, the Wolfsburg Weekender has a rear facing seat with storage underneath. These particular models also came factory-equipped with a 2nd battery system and an all-electric cooler that sat behind the passenger seat and was held down to the floor with two thumb screws. In 1990 and 1991, the Wolfsburg Weekender was replaced by the Multivan (MV) model.

Maintenance History $28,300+ just in receipts…!:

– Front brake rotors resurfaced (2023)

– Spark Plugs, Rotor, Cap, Wires (2023)

– Oil, coolant flush, replace (2021)

– New set of tires (2021)

– Complete engine reseal (2021)

– CV joints serviced, replaced (2017)

– Ball joints replaced (2016)

– Tie rod ends replaced (2016)

– Wheel bearing, seal (2016)

– New starter (2012)

– New Windshield + Seal (2010)

– Remove, reseal transmission replace torque converter (2009)

– New heads, studs, head gasket set, water pump, exhaust gaskets, coolant repair (2009)

+ Truck Mirror Set in Satin Black

+ Re-upholstered both front bucket seats, rear Z bed with Tartan upholstery.

+ Upgraded to 16-inch Mercedes Benz 450SL rims with 215/60 tires front and back.

+ Fiamma F35 Pro Awning

+ More misc. maintenance.

Walk Around / Driving Video:

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Comes with a clean title, manual, warranty booklet, Wolfsburg edition booklet, 2 sets of keys, VW gasoline engine maintenance booklet, receipt for maintenance going back approx. 20 years.

PS: Plates are personal and are not included.

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