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1986 Westfalia Full Camper for Adventure Seekers

Dec 10, 2013

Farewell Beloved Betty: A 1986 Westfalia Camper Van Seeks New Horizons


Ah, Betty. Just the name conjures up images of sun-drenched beaches, crackling campfires, and endless miles of open road. This wasn't just any 1986 Westfalia camper van; she was a legend, a loyal companion on countless adventures, and the star of countless Instagram posts (because let's be honest, #vanlife is practically a requirement these days).

But alas, all good things must come to an end. Betty has found a new home, ready to whisk another set of adventurers away on unforgettable journeys. While we can't help but feel a pang of sadness saying goodbye, we also know she's destined for greatness (and probably a killer Instagram following).

Year 1986
Type T3
Model Westfalia Full Camper Van
Color Beige
Engine 2.1 liter, automatic transmission, water cooled engine
Assembly Line Germany
Condition Very Good

So, let's take a moment to reminisce about this Camper beauty (yes, beige, and it rocked that color like nobody's business) and why she was, well, practically perfect in every way.

Born to be Wild (Camping)
Betty wasn't your average mall-crawling minivan. She was born with wanderlust in her engine (a trusty 2.1-liter powerhouse, by the way) and a spirit that thrived on wide-open spaces. Unlike some finicky campers, Betty never complained about a little dirt. In fact, she just completed a glorious month-long cross-country expedition, proving that with only 136,000 miles on the odometer, she still had plenty of adventures left in her tank.

Comfort on Four Wheels
Let's face it, a successful road trip requires comfort. Betty had that in spades. Imagine swiveling the front seats to create a cozy conversation nook, or popping the leak-free top and gazing at a million stars before drifting off to sleep. The automatic transmission meant smooth sailing, while the fuel injection ensured efficient exploration, no matter the terrain.

More Than Just a Ride
But Betty was more than just a place to sleep. She came fully stocked with everything you needed to hit the ground running (or should we say, camping). Dishes, bedding, and a treasure trove of extras were all part of the package, along with a classic Coleman lantern to add a touch of nostalgia to your evenings.

A Legacy of Care
One of the things that made Betty truly special was the meticulous care she received throughout her life. Her previous owner, a true car enthusiast, kept her in immaculate condition, with complete maintenance records to prove it. This wasn't just a used camper; it was a testament to love and dedication.

The Road Less Traveled
While Betty may have found a new home, her spirit lives on. She serves as a reminder that adventure awaits those who dare to seek it. Whether you're cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway or exploring the hidden gems of your own backyard, there's a Westfalia camper van out there waiting to be your partner in crime. So, dust off your sense of adventure, pack your bags, and get ready to write your own story on the open road. After all, the only bad road trip is the one you never take.

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