1983 Volkswagen T25 Hi-Top Camper
1.9-litre petrol; MOTd four berth camper; sink, cooker and fridge; live the dream; MOTd and ready to go
First registered in November 1983, this good looking T25 Hi-Top campervan was purchased by the vendor for his daughter. He went through the van to make sure it was safe and sound, fitting new brake pipes and pads etc and checking everything was spic and span. He also had the van resprayed to bring the exterior up to scratch.
He describes the interior as workable, and it looks complete with a clean hob, fridge and sink. The storage units are in good order too, along with the removable table which mounts neatly in the roof when not in use. The rear cushions are serviceable although it could probably do with a set of new curtains.
The rear seats fold into a full-size double bed, while up top, a sliding shelf adds a further two berths in the roof - cosy.
Fitted with the more powerful 1,915cc water-boxer petrol engine, it comes with a handy tow bar and has been fitted with a pair of modern seats up front for extra comfort and a sporty twin-exit exhaust. The V5C shows plenty of ownership changes - fairly typical for such a machine and the file includes its current and previous MOTs.
Fitted with a decent set of rubber, it passed its no advisory MOT in October 2021 so is ready to go. Its new owner could use it as is, or spend a few weekends personalising it with some new soft furnishings to make it their own.
Only for sale due to the arrival of a young family - currently too young to enjoy the life on the open road - this well presented camper is on offer at No Reserve so the best bid on the day buys the van...it is well worth close inspection.
Please note - This vehicle was recorded as a Category D in 2003.
Documents; V5C, MOT Oct 22, 1 old MOT
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Reg No: A254LCX
Chassis Number: 25EH003299
Engine Number: DF019627
Engine Size: 1900CC
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