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1986 Vanagon Weekender Syncro

1986 Vanagon Weekender Syncro (130,000 Miles) - $29,543.52 Total delivered price.

Engine: 2.3 Liter Flat Four

Trans: Manual

Color: Gold

VIN: WV2XB0258GG000550

Options:  [What Are These?]


Mike brought his Wolfsburg Weekender up from Santa Barbara to have us go through it.

Here is what we did:

• Fresh GoWesty 2.3 liter engine
• Exterior disassembled and repainted back to original colors
• Black texture around lower body line, GoWesty bumpers
•Quick interior detail, rattles addressed
• Partially new cooling system
• Partial page of reliability-enhancing components preemptively replaced
• Rebuilt speedometer
• Suspension, steering, drive shaft--all gone through as needed (already had GoWesty 15" wheels)
• High powered healight system
• New antenna
• Partial page of reliability-enhancing components preemptively replaced
• Rebuilt speedometer
• Power window added to passenger side-centrally located switch
• Power door locks added to front doors with keyless entry
• New OEM 3-window pop top tent


Sent: Monday, May 24, 2010 7:25 AM
To: S. Lucas Valdes
Cc: Chris Myers
Subject: RE: Final few issues


Morning Lucas –

Yes, you are welcome to post the pictures.

And the good will is greatly appreciated. I did expect there would be a few “wrinkles” to iron out with a project of the scope you guys did. Chris has handled those perfectly.

All our friends that have known the van for years and had their own are amazed at the job you guys did. Common comment is “Wow! It looks better than new”. Guys are impressed with the clean, beefy, functional design of the bumpers. Women like the detail work on the tent and interior. We love how quietly it rides now. And I love that the steering rattle is GONE!

We really do hope to keep enjoying it for a long time.

Thanks for everything.

Mike Wilson



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