1970 Westfalia Campmobile Tin Top in New River, AZ

No Longer Available

Last Updated: 2/24/19 | Ad Source: Craigslist

Asking Price: $10,900

Camper Facts

  • Year: 1970
  • Model: Westfalia
  • Odometer: Not Listed
  • Engine: 1835cc
  • Transmission: Manual

Seller Info

  • Type: Private Owner
  • Location: New River, Arizona
  • Name: No Longer Available!
  • Phone: No Longer Available!
  • Email: No Longer Available!


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I’ve decided to sell my beloved Volkswagen camper. I’ve owned this bus for years and invested tons of time and money to make it a reliable and fun vehicle to drive. I also used it as a promotional vehicle for my company, as it still has some decals on it.

Needs cosmetics and has rust in rockers and drivers front fender. The rust is all repairable …and structurally, the bus is very solid. Overall, the body is pretty straight and it’s never been in a collision. Just a few dings and bumps here and there. The interior is old and unrestored (I did just install brand new sun visors and new VW front rubber floor mat). It still has the original “Campmobile” issue mustard colored cushions, Z bed, coat closet, card table, cooler and sink. It’s missing a few things but it’s mostly all there. I have a set of original hard to find child’s-cot frame rods that can be used for a hammock over the front seats. The dash has a really cool Kollsman Instruments altimeter gauge that still works. It also has a pop up glass sunroof in the front cab that was installed ages ago.

Freshly built 1835cc motor with forged pistons, thick wall cylinders, new heads and dual 40mm carbs (I have a full build sheet if you want all the specs). The transmission has been gone through with new seals and gaskets, brand new CV joints, axles and boots. Brand new clutch, Sachs pressure plate, throwout bearing, clutch shaft, and bushings. New German master cylinder, brake fluid and reservoir. KYB shocks all around, new tires, powder coated wheels, hub caps, new battery, battery cables, starter, exhaust system, shift linkage system, throttle cable, full flow oil system with remote oil filter, new battery, Silverstar headlights, Kenwood CD player with USB and the list goes on.

Comes with a bunch of extra’s, like a rear bumper, brand new oil-temp gauge kit, old window screens, motor parts, etc.

If you invest a little more money on the cosmetics of this bus, you’ll have a real gem on your hands.
For now, it’s a fun driver that gets from A to B with a lot of smiles and you can fix it up as you go.
If you’re a serious buyer, feel free to call and I’ll answer any questions you have.

$10,900. Please, no scammers or tire kickers, thanks!
Phone calls are best way to reach me.

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