Specs

Engine b
Engine
2.1 4-Cylinder
Transmission b
Transmission
4 Speed Manual
Mileage b
Mileage
251,727
Exterior b
Exterior
Burgundy Metallic
Interior b
Interior
GREY
Stock b
Stock
183C

Description

Collectible Motorcar of Atlanta is proud to offer this rare and fun 1991 Volkswagen Vanagon. This good-looking van comes standard with 3 doors: a driver door, passenger door, and a sliding rear seat entrance door behind the passenger side door. The name “Vanagon” is a portmanteau of van and station wagon and was coined by Volkswagen to highlight their claim that the vehicle had the room of a...

Collectible Motorcar of Atlanta is proud to offer this rare and fun 1991 Volkswagen Vanagon. This good-looking van comes standard with 3 doors: a driver door, passenger door, and a sliding rear seat entrance door behind the passenger side door. The name “Vanagon” is a portmanteau of van and station wagon and was coined by Volkswagen to highlight their claim that the vehicle had the room of a van, but drove like a station wagon. This Volkswagen Vanagon is also called the Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) and it is the third generation of the Volkswagen Transporter that was manufactured by VW. An interesting and very useful feature of this Vanagon is that the rear passenger and bench seats can be folded down and converted to a bed. This model of Vanagon features a water-cooled engine. The internal combustion engine of the Vanagon is located very low in the back of the bus, under a carpet and an engine cover. Unlike the previous model, this Vanagon features power steering, air conditioning, power door locks, electrically controlled mirrors, lighted vanity mirrors and a light above the glove box. This unique Vanagon comes equipped with a 2.1L 4 cylinder “Wasserboxer” engine backed by a 4 speed manual transmission. The “Wasserboxer” engine featured an aluminum case, aluminum cylinder heads and aluminum pistons with a forged steel crankshaft. This reliable engine produces just under 100 horsepower, and was in use up until the end of Vanagon transportation into the US in 1991. Give us a call today to put this fantastic and useful Vanagon in your driveway!

Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta
770-738-7111
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta, GA 30067
Hours of Operation
Monday - Saturday: 9-5
Sunday - Closed

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