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2003 VW Eurovan Weekender w/ GoWesty Conversion

Now this a pretty cool van! Originally a 2003 VW Eurovan Weekender, this van got a full overhaul from GoWesty back in 2011. Since then, its second owners drove it all over the West Coast.

The van has a pop-up top that sleeps two, and you can sleep two more on the “first floor.” What’s really great is this van seats 7, with the back 5 chairs facing each other and a table. Could make for a fun way to travel with friends (or kids?).

It’s for sale right now on Vanlife Trader for $31,000.

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This Van Seats 7 & Includes a Banquette

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 3

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Here’s the back bench seat.

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 8

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The seventh seat comes out.

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 7

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Here’s the flip up table.

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 6

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With the seventh seat installed.

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 2

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With the fridge installed.

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 1

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Here’s the roof popped up.

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 4

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With the top down.

2003 VW Eurovan Weekender 5

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  • Manufacturing Year: 2003
  • Make & Model: VW Eurovan
  • Mileage: 197,000
  • Drive: 2WD
  • Title Status: Clean
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Number of Seats with Seatbelts: 7
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4
  • 2003 VW Eurovan Weekender
  • ~197K miles
  • Fully restored by GoWesty in 2011
  • Asking $31K/obo
  • Sleeps 4 (two upstairs in pop-top & two below)
  • Seats 7 (including 2 rear-facing jump seats, one quick-release)
  • Timing chains replaced at 122K miles (at GoWesty)
  • No mechanical issues
  • AC blows ice cold
  • Auxiliary battery for house lights, fridge, stereo
  • 900W inverter
  • Yakima racks
  • Black texture coating on bumpers and lower body
  • Additional memory foam mattresses for both top and bottom bunks
  • Removable Engel refrigerator (works fast and stay cold!!). The fridge mounts to the same floor bracket as the 7th seat, so you can only use one or the other at a time (unless you don’t mind the fridge not being secured)
  • GoWesty Sol-Charger Kit includes:
  • 50W solar panel (roof-mount or portable)
  • 50’ extension cord
  • Upgraded 16” GoWesty rims, also extra set of TOYO 215/65/16 snow tires
  • Rear hatch bug screen
  • Additional photos available at: https://photos.app.goo.gl/8TbDR9hZjjfrPASL6

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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