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bullet hippieman88
19 Jun : 08:39AM
Hey everyone. I have a 97 lifted jeep wrangler for trade that has 14,000 invested in it. Been looking to get back into a westy since I sold my 76 reluctantly. Anyone interested pm me. I'll send pictures and all the details if interested. Thanks everyone!
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04 May : 08:28PM
Westy, SUBARU ENGINE, AUTOMATIC transmission for sale. 1984, very good interior, exterior, and mechanical condition. We've had so much fun, and I'm not crawling back out of the rabbit hole, but I'm working on a bigger camper. Get in touch or Charlotte CL for more details. Asking $19500 obo.
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24 Apr : 01:57PM
I have 2 "Westys", same year, same color scheme, 1 full camper and a weekender.
I am selling the weekender for $6000

or use as downpayment on a VWsynchro-camper (4x4).

I originally bought the weekender for parts for my camper, but then it kept running so well after i gave it new cylinder heads, new steering fluid pump, shocks.....
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Vanagon engine, 1.9, wasserboxer for sale with components, AC comp, PS Pump, Electrical, Alternator, starter, all pulled from my 1984 Westy
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Dixie
Mon Mar 20 2017, 11:28AM
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Many thanks to everyone who came (20+ buses) & enjoyed the beautiful weather. Thanks to you, we were able to donate lots of canned food & over $150 to Harvest Hope Food Bank in Columbia. Collin Crick, we couldn't have done it without your help. See you all next year..it's already on the calendar & ready for reservations.
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Baggins111
Fri Mar 24 2017, 04:17PM

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We had a great time! Thanks to Dixie and everyone else for making it a success. It was Holly's and the '62's first Full Moon camp out. Everyone made Holly feel like family, and made me feel like I was back home after my 15 year absence.


Listening for the secret, searching for the sound.

'62 Ruby Red panel / camper
'72 Westy The Terrapin Flyer (gone to a new home)
'74 Sunroof (burned down by my dad's truck)
'73 Westy current project
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Sat Mar 25 2017, 08:20AM
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we had a blast, first big trip in our vista camper . it did great and worked very well for us. Spaceman Sam made a showing and had his pics with just about everyone. great group of people later md

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Dixie
Sun Mar 26 2017, 10:53AM
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Sandra & Mark.......thanks for making the long trip to join us & camp w/Madonna et al.
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snoopy
Mon Mar 27 2017, 10:24AM
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Baggins111 wrote ...

We had a great time! Thanks to Dixie and everyone else for making it a success. It was Holly's and the '62's first Full Moon camp out. Everyone made Holly feel like family, and made me feel like I was back home after my 15 year absence.




Dang it! I don't think I've ever seen you drive a bus.

Sorry I missed it
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Wed Mar 29 2017, 04:19PM

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It was a great time. So good to see old friends and meet new folks as well. Dixie thank you for the raffle and for getting the food and money to the right people. Lots of fun and laughter which as we all know does a body good. Oh and food. Lots and lots of food.

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