We purchased this Syncro Westy from one of our customers who knew how much it was going to cost them to do it right, do it once--but just could not swing it. We paid the m $17,500 for it, and marked that up 10%. It had mostly all original paint, no collission damage, and no rust. Ted snagged it and had us do it up right:
Fresh GoWesty custom geared transaxle and front differential
-Taller 2nd, 3rd, and 4th gears
-5.43:1 final drives front and rear
-Factory locking differentials, front and rear
-Decoupler and solid shaft
-This Syncro has all three knobs!
16" alloy wheels with BFG all-terrain tires
OME shocks all around
GoWesty progressive lifting springs
Fully disassembled and repainted back to the original color
Fresh GoWesty GoWessty black-texture treatment all around bottom
GoWesty plate steel bumpers
GoWesty deluxe 3-window acrylic pop-top tent
Super Duper GoWesty ultra thorough major service
Brakes, suspension, steering all gone through, repaired as needed
Big Brakes up front
New GoWesty LP tank
GoWesty high powered headlight kit installed
Nice stereo system, expandable to i-POD and XM radio
Reliability items totaling over $2200
Thorough AC system rebuild and conversion to Freeze 12
All equipment that supposed to be there guaranteed to be there
Everything there guaranteed to work!
So, why did this Syncro Westy go the way of most of others we build that end up way over $70K? Well, Ted had us do everything EXCEPT the engine. We shipped this Syncro Westy all done, but with the original, tired engine to Connetecuit to have a flat 6-cylinder installed. We tried to talk him out of it, but that is what he wanted... I hope it works out!
Have fun, Ted!