Item Location: South Portland, Maine
Posted by: andy Haynes
Last Modified: 04/06/2021
1995 VW Eurovan Camper (EVC). 5 cyl 2.5 liter, Automatic, 17-19 MPG. Trimmed out by Winnebago. We've owned it for about 4 years. Found it online in North Carolina and had it shipped up to Maine. Always stored in the winter. Mechanics marvel at how clean the underside is. Camper top is original but in good shape. It has never leaked. Looks like someone sewed a small spot near the rear part but it looks good and again, never leked. This one has and awning and I've kept it clean and dry as much as possible. There are no mildew stains on it and all the poles work and basically in mint condition. I had the instrument cluster repaired by Modual Masters about 3ish years ago and it's warrantied for at least another year. So far everything works, speedo, tach, gas, heat and all the idiots lights. All lights work inside and out. Automatic runs and shifts great. I have had it flushed and a new filter installed every other year nd it has never been a problem. The markings on the engine indicate the timing chain was replaced probably around 100,000. It's in a big stack of reciepts from the previous owner. I've had the exhaust basically replaced. The dealer we got it from did most of it and we had the CAT done. The O2 light still comes on every once in a while but either goes out or goes out after you start up again. I'm not sure which senor it is but have been told it doesn't effect performance. I replaced or have fixed:
Fridge works in all three modes.
Heater Core and Blender door in Oct 2020
Cut-off switch for coach battery (see picture)
New nozzle for rear water sprayer and new pump
LED lights in coach (replace CFLs)
New Windshield (2020)
Pop top struts new last year
Sink/stove struts new last year.
Upper and lower ball joints and tie rod ends new this week.
Also has bug screens that fit all doors. Came with it and are in mint condition.
There's probably other stuff and I've got everything I've taken off it like the rear wiper, needs a motor and should be able to bolt it back on.