We sold this Westy to a couple about two years ago when it had only 35,000 miles. You can check out details of that sale by clicking here. They now have three kids in college, and had to part with their beloved Westy...
They have only put about 13k miles on it, so it still has super low miles. We just went through it from end to end. It is even better than when they bought it. Price above includes all the stuff we did for them, plus:
AUL 50,000 mile, 5 year bumper to bumper zero deductible extended warranty
Pop-top and luggage rack repainted to match luster of the rest of the rest of the body
Fresh 15k mechanical service maintenance service (maintenance schedule)
AC serviced and switched over to the new R134a environmentally friendly refrigerant
Second battery system updated to improved current GoWesty system
Super thorough GoWesty detail inside and out
-all equipment guaranteed to work
-everything that is supposed to be there is there
-back to looking and smelling new inside and out
So, if you ever wanted a new Westy but are about seventeen years too late, this is as close as you are going to get...
The above photo is a "before" photo. Peter from Montana snapped this one up. He had us do the following:
Convert from 2WD AT to a 4WD Syncro
-Strip entire 2WD AT running gear, suspension brakes, cooling system
-All freshly rebuilt 4WD running gear, suspension, cooling system
-Single knob: 2WD/4WD Decoupler knob, passive torque-biasing differentials front and rear
-5.43 final drive ratios front and rear
-Fresh GoWesty 2.5 liter engine
-Fresh GoWesty Syncro transaxle with custom gearing
-Big brakes up front
-GoWesty REAL progressive 2" lifting springs
-OME shocks all around
-16" wheels with BFG 225/70-16 tires
GoWesty pre-runner black texture and steel bumper treatment,
Fiamma F45 10; awning
GoWesty swing away tire carrier and 5th, full size wheel and tire on back (not photoed)
GoWesty steel skid plate up front instead of 14" spare wheel
Original useless refrigerator removed and space turned into more cabinet space
GoWesty 2nd battery and solar panel powered electric refrigerator system
Recaro gray leather seats with dual arm rests and inflatable lumbar support
Super nice stereo system with iPOD interface and XM radio
Over $1600 worth of just-in-case, preemptive reliability enhancing items
And all sorts of other cool stuff.
We got this vehicle all done in early August, 2007. It was a month late, and by the time we got it to Pete Montana, he was way behind schedule for his road trip with his wife and kids to Florida. He found several items we had missed, some not so small. He got to his destination, but with it was not a fun trip.
Needless to say, we were all disappointed we let Peter and his family down. We did everything humanly possible to make things right for Peter. He agreed to act as a reference, and as soon as I get an email back from him that is rated PG, I will post it. So, how about it, Peter?