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Eurovan camper or weekender wanted Alan Montgomery 9-23-06  
Am seeking a Late model Eurovan Westfalia weekender or camper. Weekender prefered. I live in South Dakota on the east side (Sioux Falls). Something for 18K. I know they are hard to find, but someone out there needs to find a home for theirs?


Re: Eurovan camper rear seat bed Michael 11-30-07  
Need rear seat bed...Used if possible...
Re: Eurovan camper or weekender wanted Kevin and Jennifer Slaughter 10-4-06  
We have a 1993 Eurovan MV Weekender which we are seriously considering on selling. We just have to find the right home for it. We want this to go to a VERY GOOD home!!

We have taken most of our family vacations with it and it has just less than 118,000 miles. Its primary use has been our vacations. The savings in hotel costs have well covered the original cost of the van. The van HAS NOT been to Hawaii, Texas, Nebraska and Oklahoma. So, with that said, it has been in almost all the US States including Alaska and through a good portion of Canada.

We bought the van brand new and have kept it well maintained. It stays in the garage during the winter. If a part fails, it's immediately repaired. The oil, filters, belts and hoses are routinely maintained. We traded-in a 1987 Vanwagen Weekender for this then new 1993 Eurovan Weekender.

One thing we missed on the 87 van was the pantry. We created a pantry for the 93 van, which we put in place of the rear facing removable chair. The pantry is secured with stay tight straps and bungee cords into the hook braces used for the chair. We used the pantry to store cereal, bread, peanut butter, chips, snacks, paper plates, utensils, etc... Then with the milk, lunch meat and jelly kept in the refrigerator, we ate breakfast and lunch while driving to our destinations. We would include the pantry with the van if desired.

The Eurovan of this age and design initial had rusting problems around the windshield. Our Volkswagen dealership gave is a great deal which saved us lots. The front window was taken out, rust removed, drain holes enlarged, a new windshield installed and the whole van was repainted. Another issue with the early Eurovans was improper tire wear (cupping). Again, by working with our dealership, they identified a different rated tire that has eliminated the problem.

Three years ago, the A/C quit on our vacation in Florida. The compressor had burnt out. We had a re-conditioned compressor installed and the A/C works like new again. A new battery was installed in January. For a more complete history and additional information, we can provide the name and number of our mechanic.

Items needing attention that we are aware of:
1) Recently, we discovered a new rust spot at the bottom of the tail gate door. It's not very noticeable. Our plans were to have this fixed after a few more rust spots pop up.
2) My husband was hauling our lawn mower in for maintenance and he did not get it properly secured. The mower rolled hard against the inside panel of the sliding door while making a turn. This poked a small hole in the panel.
3) The exhaust system is original and has not been replaced. In our opinion it should be replaced sometime next year, unless a bigger problem comes up.

Reason for selling:
1) We haven’t been able to take family vacations. Our children are in college so it is not possible to schedule a vacation between classes and their summer jobs to earn money to help with their college expenses. Besides that, our oldest graduates in December and will be moving away.
2) We down sized our home in March and lost garage space with the drop of a 3 car garage to a 2 car garage. With winter fast approaching we need to find it a new home with a garage or put it into storage.

This has been a very difficult decision for us. We have many fond family vacation memories. Our last vacation as a whole family was 3 years ago. It’s not right leaving the van sitting in the garage with very little use. It has many more miles, vacations and fond memories to provide.

We were in the process listing our van with when we came across your message on the bus conversion discussion forum. It intrigued us that you were specifically interested in a late model Eurovan Westfalia Weekender and this is exactly what we have.

We are quite aware of how hard the Eurovan is to find. We have been approach by several people interested in it or in locating one. We don’t think we could handle seeing it driven around in our community for chance we might see it. It would just be too difficult.

We don’t want to sell the van to just anyone. It’s our opinion that whoever pays us well for the van will have the funds to keep it maintained, give it love and will enjoy it as much as we have.

Our Eurovan is white/grey interior with a 5 cylinder, automatic transmission with the Sport dual transmission switch, power steering/windows/locks and cruise control. We have kept everything original to the van including the original tape cassette AM/FM radio. The VIN is WV2MC0708PH067716, if you would like to do a vehicle back ground search.

Pictures can be provided, just let us know and we will get them sent to you. We are located 15 minutes North of Indianapolis Indiana. A lot of information has been provided, but if you would like more, please call us. Evening: 317-578-7008. Our email address is, but we would respond quicker at

Please let us know if you’re not interested, so we can proceed with placing it up for sale with Based upon the ads it should go quickly and that will be good since it needs to be garaged before the first snow comes.

Thanks, and hope our van is the one you are looking for, Kevin and Jennifer Slaughter
Re: Eurovan camper or weekender wanted mery 9-28-06  
Hi- We have a 1999 vw eurovan full camper for sale. It has 89,000 miles, 6cyl, auto, and it runs great, with lots of power, even on hills! It has cold front & back A/C, sink, stove, 3 way fridge, table, and sleeps 4 very comfortably.(2 in top, 2 on bench/bed) The pop up canvas/screens are in great shape. It's registered in Oregon thru 10-07, but located in northern California.
We are only selling it because Dad wants to get a truck cab-over camper instead, so he can carry more tools... (He's a mechanic/recycler/scrapper) Otherwise we LOVE it, and have used it as a daily driver around town, it drives so nice & easy!
Please let me know if you're interested, or if you want to know anything else about it.... I am trying to get pictures loaded from my camera, and hopefully, i can send those soon, if you'd like them- just let me know.... Thanks, and good luck in your search, Mery
email= or phone; 707-456-9224
Re: Eurovan camper or weekender wanted Terry 3-6-07  
Our '93 Weekender has been an amazing addition to our family since '94. Always garaged and babied, it looks like a gem, inside & out. No smokers or pets. The canvas, screens & curtains are immaculate, as is the body & paint... we can send detailed photos. We do not have the visible rust problem so often seen, because this car has lived in our garage. It has 101,000 miles and is ALWAYS dependable and drives great, but the automatic transmission has recently begun failing to shift to 3rd & 4th at times. Since this has been our "vacation" vehicle, we haven't put more than a few thousand miles on it during the past 5 years; hence the low mileage. We are ready to pass it to the next caring owner, and hoping for a rather quick sale, will take a reasonable offer around $8700. Located in St. Louis, but we may be willing to travel. Please call Terry 314.725.0917.
Re: Eurovan camper or weekender wanted Paul Lindquist 1-8-07  
Hi Alan,

Did you ever find a good weekender?
If so, what did you end up with?
If not, might you be interested in a 93 Weekender for under $10k?

Re: Eurovan camper or weekender wanted Alan montgomery 10-5-06  
Did you have a price that would fit my budet? 10K-16K
Re: Eurovan camper or weekender wanted Alan montgomery 10-5-06  
My budget has changed since the first ad placed on 9-23-06. We have to lower our sights a bit. 10K-16K. If you still have the 99, and can work with me, I'd like to know.
Re: Eurovan camper or weekender wanted Dennis Hogan 10-15-06  
I have a eurovan camper 1995 in good condition I am selling for 11500. It has a 5 cinlinder and awning. it has a extera bench seat and sceen room. the vas has 112223 mile and rus great. I have put in a 10 disc cd changer.
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