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Lifted 1969 VW Bus/Vanagon with pop-top. Completely re-built in last 3 years

Make: Volkswagen
Model: Bus/Vanagon
SubModel: Westfalia T2 camper
Type: Van Camper
Year: 1969
Mileage: 3306
VIN: 219201586
Color: Matte green
Engine: 1835 dual port
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Orange & wood
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Oakland, California, United States

1969 Volkswagen Bus/Vanagon Additional Info:

Up for consideration is my 1969 VW Bus in good standing condition with clean title. I've had the pleasure of adventuring with this rugged beauty for the last couple of years now. Runs well and has had a lot of new parts installed recently (see below) basically completely re-built. It started its life as a service vehicle which is why it has the panels instead of side windows. I like it as it adds more discretion while camping and keeps heat better during chilly nights. The siren from its original service life is still functioning. The previous owner converted it to a Westfalia pop-to using the top and interior from a 1974 body. It also has a 2.5" lift by Wagenswest on the lift spindles and the rear was moved 1 click up. There is coil over shocks on all four corners along with 27" General Grabbers on 14" Appliance wheels. New engine has a mere 3,306 miles on it, but in her lifetime she has 156,710 miles.
With her lift, terrain tires, matte chalk paint & some rust, she's more for someone that doesn't wanna worry about driving through rough terrain, than someone that wants a vintage show vehicle. She's built for camping, and gets through impressive terrain considering she's a 2WD. The undercarriage is in good shape considering the year and there has been metal repairs prior to my three year ownership. There is some rust on this old lady, but the body overall is in good condition. I've tried representing the vehicle as good as I can in the images, but feel free to reach out with any questions and I'll do my best to answer.
Documented modifications during my ownership:
  • New engine 1835cc (01/29/2018) Engine mileage: 3,306mi
  • New transmission (2017)
  • New brakes front & back (2017)
  • New shifter (2017)
  • Installed '71 style clutch (2017)
  • Replaced gas tank (2019)
  • Custom made Moto-lita 16" steering wheel (2018)
  • New panel side-door '69 (2018)
  • Installed 3-point seatbelts (2018)
  • Re-torqued cylinder heads & adjusted valves (2018)
  • Replaced all four ball joints (2017)
  • Alignment (2017)
  • New alternator & fan (2018)
  • Front-mounted spare tire (2018)
  • Steering damper (2017)
  • Shocks coil-over replacement (2017)
  • Custom leather spare tire cover (2019)
  • Cup holders & side door pockets (2019)
  • Vintage VW shifter knob (2018)
  • New fuel pump (2017)
  • Replaced axle shafts (2017)
  • New C.V. joints + boots (2017)
  • Replaced clutch cable (2018)
  • Fuel filter (2018)
  • New oil pressure switches (2018)
  • Door handles (2018)
  • New signal switch wires (2018)
  • Fixed horn signal (2018)
  • New driver door window felt channel (2018)
  • New crank pulley, alternator pulley + belt, fresh air hose (2018)
  • Brake adjustment (2019)
  • Re-torqued cly head bolts & adjusted valves (2019)
  • Replaced throttle cable (2019)
  • & regular maintenance
Other modifications in last 5 years:
  • 2.5" lift by Wagenswest (rear 1 click up)
  • Installed '74 Westfalia pop-top
  • New '74 Westfalia fold-out bed & interior storage
  • 27" General Grabber terrain tires on 14" Appliance wheels
  • Biltwell awning
  • USB sockets by bed
  • Front LED-bar
  • Installed vintage stop light
  • Installed four shock coils
  • Foot shaped gas pedal
  • Sanded down, primed & painted exterior
  • etc.
Being sold as is with clean title. Transportation/shipping is not included, but I might be able to help arrange this at buyer's expense.