- Ad Source: Craigslist
- Location: Belmont, North Carolina
- Model Year: 1972
- Model: Westfalia
- Miles: Not Listed
- Engine: Not Listed
- Asking Price: $2,350
- Seller Type: Private
- Contact Info:
1972 westfalia camper bus
mostly complete bus, still has 90% of the camper interior, missing only the icebox unit and a few bits. I have owned this bus for 10 years and it has not been picked over and all the good stuff parted out.
rear facing seat , z-bed, child’s cot over front seat, overhead cot, long wall side cabint, headbanger cabinet is all there; Although not pictured i have the rear luggage area cushion in great shape. the yellow vinyl cushion covers are all in very nice shape as is the cabinet laminate. Still has the og vinyl grey pebbled floor. The original wood headliner and other wodd interior panels are quite nice.
this bus has both bumpers, splashpans, uncracked windshield, ignition key is there, so the bus steers fine. Key works the other locks as well.
some rust issues, but it’s an east coast bus; plan on some front floor work(although better than average), rear corners, closeouts, and a couple outriggers; frame rails look solid, as are the crossmembers. cargo floor looks pretty nice as well; roof drip rail is solid. Front windshield ledge does not have any visable holes on the outside, but i have not had the windshield out.
Motor is there, unknown condition.
Dash is mostly complete, all switches, knobs, gauges, are all there; Wiring looks un-molested and original. Battery tray has some rust , but does looks solid enough to hold a battery.
Pop top works and has all the hardware and latches, canvas is there but is probably a little rough. good for a pattern at least.
This would make a nice little project to do the brakes and putt around as is; or restore to your specs.
If you don’t like the type 4 motor, there is a nice type 1 conversion kit that could be used to slide the motor of your choice right in.
I do not have the title for this bus, but the previous owners registration is still in the glovebox; you can fill out a lost title form, or get an imdemity bond to get it registred in your name. still has the NC inspection sticker on the windshield.
feel free to email or call with any questions