You are purchasing a 2002 Volkswagen Eurovan Camper with only 356 Miles!!! yes! Finished in white over gray patterned cloth upholstery, the van is powered by a 2.8-liter VR6 mated to a four-speed automatic transaxle. Equipment includes a pop-up camper top, fog lights, external utility ports, air conditioning, cruise control, a kitchenette, a fold-down bed, hand controls, and a Sony CD stereo. The tires and fuel system components were replaced in preparation for the sale. This EuroVan camper has 356 miles, a clean Carfax report, and a clean California title. This van was never sold anywhere else. registration is up to date. The van is finished in white and features a pop-up camper top. Additional exterior equipment includes fog lights, a sliding side door, a rear liftgate, a rear wiper, external utility ports, and a single exhaust outlet. The cabin features front captain’s chairs and a rear bench upholstered in gray cloth. Amenities include a swiveling passenger seat, air conditioning, cruise control, hand controls for the brake and accelerator pedals, and a Sony CD stereo. The four-spoke steering wheel features an attachment for a steering knob and frames a 160-mph speedometer, a tachometer, and gauges for coolant temperature and fuel level. The digital odometer indicates 356 miles. The rear of the van is equipped with a kitchenette that features a sink, a refrigerator, a stove, a table, storage cabinets, a fire extinguisher, and a rear bench that folds into a bed. The 2.8-liter VR6 was factory rated at 201 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. the fuel tank, filter, and pump have been replaced. I’d like to explain this unique story of the history of this vehicle and how it is in such immaculate condition for its year. This van pertained to a family of two people. One of the owner’s had a disability and unfortunately he passed away just a few months after they had bought the vehicle. After his passing, the vehicle was never again moved out of the driveway. The vehicle had a wheelchair ramp located on the sliding door therefore that is why you can see a pack of cables, due to the wheelchair ramp being installed on that side. Also, the drivers seat had a handicap swivel base, that is why you can see that the floor is marked on that side. The modifications done to the van in order to make it handicap accessible, was done professionally by a company called “Advanced Mobility” which you can see the labels that were placed on the doors. You are also able to see the hand controls that I did not remove located on cabin pictures. Furthermore, In regards to the paint, the vehicle was not moved from the driveway for many years, the clear coat on certain parts of the paint peeled off so it had to be redone. In reference to the rims, they were redone. about the inside panels keep in mind that the vehicle was not moved from the driveway therefore the panel has some discoloration only where the sun reflected (that’s why it shows a perfect line), one panel looks new as the vehicle is and the other is due to the sun beams reflecting for so many years. As you can see all the tags are still attached to the seats as you can see in the pictures including the fridge, stove, and the tables. Another thing I’d like to add is that the windshield still has the original registration from the Volkswagen dealer and also has the business card attached on the windshield with the salesman from Volkswagen when it was bought, which has not been removed since bought in 2002. ***THIS VEHICLE CAN BE VIEWED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY*** LOCATED AT: SELECT AUTO, 612 E. ROUTE 66 GLENDORA CA 91740. PLEASE CALL FOR MORE INFO AT (626)
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