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Please Help Need a WESFALIA Rachael 3-11-05  
Dear Readers, Please could anyone help me?
I have fallen in LOVE with the Westfalia campervans!!. I am going to France to help my dad build his house and need a campervan to live in. A friend showed me his westfalia.Its love at first sight!!, but i cant find one that i can afford. The van would be very well looked after and loved with a womans touch.I Need a diesel 1980s ish and obviously able to travel 800+ miles AND GOT TO BE WESTFALIA!! I will even travel abroad for the "Van for me". Please E-mail me on remmrach@aol.com

Thankyou to anybody that can help
Rachael x
Re: Please Help Need a WESFALIA Thomas 3-12-05  
There's a lot more diesels in Europe than here. I have one, but they were only imported the the US in '82 and '83. And these aren't turbo dlesels, only 48 HP. I think they made diesels for all years of vanagon (transporter) in europe.

Also, there's the Joker with a fixed high fiberglass top, rather than just the pop top available in America. As well, there's other brands of conversions besides Westfalia. My friend in France has a vanagon camper with a shower, that the stove folds away for more space, etc. Very cool and NOT Westfalia.

My advice, wait until you get to France to buy a camper. But don't expect to bring it back here, lots of DOT problems for importation.
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