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1991 Vanagon Weekender Syncro - #894

1991 Vanagon Weekender Syncro - #894 (246,460 Miles) - $54,434.54 Total delivered price.

Engine: 2.3 liter flat 4

Trans: Manual

Color: White

VIN: WV2TB0253MH004116

Options: P/M, A/C, P/S, P/B, REAR WIPER,AT,PDL,CRUISE,P/W  [What Are These?]

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We built this Syncro Weekender for Jorge back in 2007. For details on that sale, click here

The total out the door price he paid came to $59,600.74 Here is what he got:

Fresh GoWesty rebuilt Syncro transaxle
-with much taller 3rd and 4th gears
-48/48 warranty
Fresh GoWesty rebuilt front differential
Front and rear gearing changed from lowered 12% to 5.43:1
16" alloy wheels with BFG all terrain tires, 12% taller
Torque biasing differentials front and rear
Decoupler and solid shaft instead of viscous coupler
Completely rebuilt suspension and wheel bearings
All new axles and drive shaft
All new brakes, BIG BRAKES up front
South African headlights and grille with high powered bulb system
GoWesty steel bumpers and black texture coating all around
GoWesty swing-away tire carrier and 5th full-size spare wheel
GoWesty acrylic BLUE pop top tent
Super bright back up lights
Nice stereo with iPOD interface
Recaro gray leather front seats
Deluxe 2nd battery system
Yakima roof rack system
Three-point retracting seat belts throughout
GoWesty super comfy memory foam tri-fold mattress
Over $1000 worth of AC work
Over $2000 worth of just in case reliability enhancing items
Shipping to his front door!

For personal reasons, Jorge decided he needed to sell it.

It has only 4,042 more miles than we Jorge purchased it. 13,247 miles on the engine.

This is all we are doing to it is, and is included in the price.:

Super Duper GoWesty style detail, inside and out
New windshield and seal
Fresh oil and filter
2-year service: brake fluid and coolant flushed

That' it. It looks just like the day it left, but isl $10,000 less than he paid, and probably over $15,000 less than it would cost to build from scratch. All GoWesty machines are a good value; this one is especially so.

 Andrew from Oregon jumped on this puppy within hours of our posting it. Actually, a friend of his told him, "Man, there it is! What are you waiting for?

Andrew is doing it up right, and had the following done:

Espar gasoline furnace installed
Fiamma F45, 10' awning, installed
Additional body mounted swing away carrier-on the right
Updated GoWesty rear bumper with integral hitch
GoWesty progressive suspension springs
Shipping to his front door in Oregon.

Happy trails, Andrew!



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