2000 Winnebago Pop-Top in Spokane, WA


Last Updated: 3/2/2020 | Ad Source: Direct
Location: Spokane, Washington

Asking Price: $25,000

2000 spokane wa

Key Features

  • Model Year: 2000
  • Odometer: 136,600
  • Engine: 6 cylinder
  • Transmission: Automatic

Seller Information

  • Seller Type: Private Owner
  • Name: SOLD!
  • Phone: SOLD!
  • Email: SOLD!


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2000 Volkswagen EuroVan Winnebago Pop-Top Camper – 5-Passenger, With Uncommon Quick-Release, Removable, Legal 5th Seat in the Main Cabin

2000 Volkswagen EuroVan Winnebago conversion RV mini-camper. Excellent condition. Runs and drives great. Very clean and comfortable. With the additional quick-release (latched) removable legal seat, can accommodate RV camping for a family of five (two adults with three young to teenage children). Gas efficient and suitable or for daily driving (“soccer mom” type activities; this Eurovan is a foot 1/2 longer then the standard Eurovan). For sale because the family has out-grown the vehicle and moved on.

Features include:


– Removable, quick-release, legal 5th passenger seat (latched to bolts in the floor/frame of the vehicle; factory installed feature)
– Swivel driver and passenger captain seats, with folding arm rests
– Rear bench seat (two-passenger, with seat belts)
– Durable, easily-cleaned seat upholstery

Sleeping areas…

– Pop-up roof with canvas sides and screen windows
– Small pop-up vent with screen in the pop-up roof
– Upper bed (73″ by 43″) for two adults or three children in the pop-top (articulated platform folds back to allow standing in the galley area when the pop-top is open)
– Metal folding latter to access upper pop-top bed (stows on upper bed mattress when pop-top is closed)
– Lower bed (74″ by 42″) for two adults in the rear of the vehicle (rear bench seat folds into a bed when not used for seating for two; under-seat stowage)
– Camping mattresses for both upper and lower beds (original equipment)

Cabinets/storage and flooring…

– Wardrobe closet with removable sliding doors (37″ by 28″ by 15″)
– Various storage cubbies in rear of vehicle and under rear bench seat
– Rear hatch-area sliding/removable counter-top table
– Marine-grade vinyl flooring in rear of front cab
– Newly replaced cabinet handles and latches (where broken or missing)
– Additional (removable, homemade) storage cabinet shelving
– Throw rugs (removable, homemade) for galley and main cabin area

RV appliances/equipment…

– Stainless steel sink with electric pump faucet (running water) and counter top
– Two-burner LP gas stove with stainless steel splatter shield
– Norcold AC (external power) / DC (camper battery power) / gas (LP power) refrigerator (2 cubic feet)
– Two stowable and adjustable dining/utility tables
– 12,000 BTU forced air heater/furnace with cabinet-mounted temperature control gauge
– 12 gallon fresh water storage tank (with special fresh water filler hose)
– 8 gallon gray water storage tank (with special gray water tank emptying hose)
– 5.9 gallon (28 lbs) LP gas tank
– LED monitor panel for water storage and gas tanks
– Auxiliary water sprayer at rear hatch (roadside wash-up)
– Newly replaced pneumatic struts/lifters for raising and keeping-up the pop-top and galley sink-counter-stove pop-top

Lighting and windows…

– Fluorescent lights over galley and various spot-lights over lower bed and in main cabin
– Pull-down accordion-style (pleated) room-darkening blinds on main cabin side windows
– Rear window privacy curtain
– Privacy curtains for main cabin area (affixed with permanent wall-mounted velcro tabs)

Entertainment and electrical/power…

– Kenwood KDC-252U CD/USB device/iPod receiver player (relatively newly upgraded), with two front and rear speakers
– Auxiliary deep-cycle marine/coach battery that runs inside RV lights, etc. (newly replaced)
– AC/DC power converter
– External AC heavy-duty power cable (for RV electricity hook-up)

Safety equipment…

– Frame-mounted mini fire extinguisher (newly upgraded)
– LP gas and carbon monoxide detectors (newly upgraded)
– GFI-protected 110-volt circuits (external add-on unit; original built-in GFI was disabled by the original owner)
– Safety strap/buckle to insure pop-top will not fully deploy if not properly latched-down when driving

Engine/drive train…

– VR-6 transverse mount 2.8-L 24-valve OHC (powerful fuel-injected engine; not underpowered)
– 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive
– Front wheel drive (good in the snow)
– Cruise control
– Good gas mileage for a mini-van RV (17-20+ mpg)
– Power steering and four-wheel power disc brakes
– Large gas tank for extended driving periods

External and vehicle body…

– Straight body; no significant dents, scratches, etc.
– No paint or coating issues
– No rust (has been in a dry climate for the last 10+ years), except for small patch on the gas filler door (otherwise no rust anywhere on the body)
– Roof-top luggage carrier with tie-down bars
– Receiver hitch (1-1/4″)

Additional equipment and records…

– Full set of studded snow tires (deep treads, good for at least 2 more seasons; proper vehicle-rated tires)
– Collection of spare parts from original owner and various repairs made over the years
– Complete owner’s manuals for the vehicle and RV appliances
– Previous title and registration records available


– Interior detailing/cleaning
– Exterior body touch-ups
– Mechanical inspection completed by European Autohaus (Spokane)
– RV equipment/appliance inspection completed by R&R RV (Spokane)
– Currently fully winterized
– Most repair receipts/records available
– AC repaired a year ago, but appears to be blowing warm (not sure what’s wrong with it; selling as-is)


– Two previous owners
– Rebuilt title (originally from Texas, then transfer to New Jersey, and now in Washington): Documentation from the original owner states that he had owned and operated for 15 years a high-end auto (Lamborghini, Porsche, etc.) collision repair and restoration business in Dallas, Texas. He purchased the EuroVan from an insurance auction after determining that the front-end damage was cosmetic (bumper, grill, right fender, radiator, lights and fans were replaced with all VW new parts; no structural frame damage, etc.; written-off by the insurance company as a technical total loss).

The EuroVan had only 2000 miles on it at the time and was purchased for his family use. Thus, the rebuilt title branding has followed subsequent owners. I purchased the EuroVan in 2006 with 38,000 miles on it. Besides the usual maintenance and part break-down issues (it is a Volkswagen, after all), it has run very well and reliably. All documents and records on the history of the EuroVan are available.

Serious inquiries only please. No low-ballers, tire kickers, or window shoppers. No trades.

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  1. Is this camper still available? Our 2000 Eurovan camper met an untimely end with an Elk just before Christmas. We’re nearly complete with the settlement from our insurance company, so we’re looking for a replacement.

  2. Sorry All… The EuroVan sold just recently, and we’ve not yet had a chance to remove the add. Thanks for your interest.

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