syncro resto to conversion

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AIR_CHILLED
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Re: syncro resto to conversion

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Hi Dave,
Nice progress and detail of build.
I was looking at your previous photos and I can’t believe how clean and solid this bus is.
Was it garaged or is it just low mileage or both?
1988 Vanagon GL Westfalia Syncro (2wd to 4wd conversion)

davidoft1
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Re: syncro resto to conversion

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AIR_CHILLED wrote:Hi Dave,
Nice progress and detail of build.
I was looking at your previous photos and I can’t believe how clean and solid this bus is.
Was it garaged or is it just low mileage or both?

Just turned 60k genuine miles :), it was stored on the owners drive for the 10 years he had it , but it’s veeeryyy clean 8)

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