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1989 Vanagon Full Camper Syncro

1989 Vanagon Full Camper Syncro (178,155 Miles) - $52,877.00 Total delivered price.

Engine: 2.1 liter flat four

Trans: Manual (4-Speed)

Color: white w/ gray interior

VIN: WV2ZB0251KG000207

Options: PW, PM, AC, CC  [What Are These?]

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This is Steve and Rachele.  They drove about 600 miles from just north of Lake Tahoe to pick up this 1989 Syncro Westy  This one started out at the beginning of the project as a nice, rust free example already fitted with a GoWesty 2.4 liter engine.  We paid $22,500 for it, and sold it to Steve for cost plus 10%.  Then we went down Steve's wish list and did as much as he could afford, plus a wee bit he could not... But what the hell, you only live once! Total out the door price was $52,877, including:
Low mileage GoWesty 2.4 liter engine , 115HP (28% more), 160 ft-lbs of torque (37% more)  
Low mileage trans previously installed
Double knobs:  Rear diff lock, decoupler, solid shaft (click here) 
South African big brakes up front
GoWesty 15x7" alloy wheels
BFG 215/75-15 All-Terrain tires (about 12% taller)
Old Man Emu shocks
New suspension lifting springs for 1.5" more ground clearance
All systems thoroughly gone through, all maintenance items back to zero miles
Pop-top and luggage rack painted to match body
High powered headlights
Keyless entry
High end stereo system
    -Alpine CD/MP3 head unit
    -Alpine i-POD interface adapter
    -All new speakers throughout
    -Bazooka self amplified sub woofer, installed quick-release style
GoWesty deluxe 2nd battery system
New LP tank
Updated and serviced refrigerator
GoWesty "pre-runner" treatment   
    -Extraneous body molding holes welded up
    -Bed-liner black texture coat all around lower body line and door thresholds
Yakima roof rack system
Yakima roof travel pod
Black rubber mats throughout
And more...
When Steve showed up we had a chance to take it out and put it through some hoops.  We drove it and my Syncro up the top of "suicide hill" in Cayucos, California.  Steve was grinning from ear to ear when he drove his Syncro the side of a hill, barely on the throttle, in total control. Rachele sitting in the back screamed only once!  That was fun, Steve and Rachele.  Thank you, and have a great time with your new ride!



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