1971 Westfalia in Victoria, BC

Last Updated: 12/16/19 | Ad Source: Craigslist

Asking Price: $22,000

1971 victoria bc

Camper Facts

  • Year: 1971
  • Model: Westfalia
  • Odometer: Not Listed
  • Engine: Not Listed
  • Transmission: Manual

Seller Info

  • Type: Private Owner
  • Location: Victoria, British Columbia
  • Name: Not Provided
  • Phone: See Below
  • Email: See Below

 

More Details & Pictures

This bus runs and drives beautifully, and shifts just like it should. I will say, this bus is not for racing! It is so slow, but so cool! It is a cruiser, a fantastic one, so don’t expect to outrun the cops or anyone for that matter, that is not what this camper is about. If you are not familiar with these older campers, the sink is not electric, it is a manual pump style, and has a large 5 gallon tank mounted between passenger rear seat and behind the “fridge”.

I put that in quotations because that too is not electric, it is only an ice box, meaning its more like a cooler! You can store ice in it to keep cool, and as the ice melts it has a drain tube along with the sink drain that flows out to the bottom of the bus onto the ground. The rear seat can fold flat to create a bed, and up top on the camper part, is a cot/bed that folds open to lay in. I tried my best to get all these features in the pictures.

Along with the cool vinyls, I found some fun wild and vibrant colored fabric for all of the window drapes, and yes the all open and give complete interior privacy if you wanted! The wheels are in great shape, and if you look closely, you will see the white walls, are actually porta-walls, not real whitewall tires.

I honestly was not sure if I was going to love the look or not, so I didn’t want to fully commit to the decision, so this is what I decided on. If you do not like, I will take off for you, and if you do like, I can make them look perfect, by gluing them flat to the tires.


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