Expedition Portal Classifieds :: 1993 VW Eurovan MV Weekender Westfalia
Volkswagen campervans have been around since the 1960s, and the models produced from 1993 through 2003 are specifically referred to as EuroVans. While the classic Vanagons and Westfalias are well-known for their (often) underpowered, rear-engine/rear-wheel-drive configuration, the more modern EuroVan did a complete 180 and adopted a front-engine/front-wheel-drive. The Eurovan MV Weekender was originally designed for shorter weekend trips and did not include a sink, refrigerator, or stove but did come standard with a pop-top (installed by Westfalia). The rear seats in the Weekender convert into a bed, and the pop-top offers a second, lofted bed platform.
Miguel and his wife bought their 1993 Eurovan “Kermit” to use as a full-time adventure vehicle for traveling in Central and North America. It has the standard VW/Audi inline-5-cylinder, 2.5-liter engine with a 5-speed manual transmission. They also added solar, a refrigerator, and other amenities to make it more com.... Continue Reading at Expedition Portal