2001 Winnebago in Stonington, ME


Last Updated: 4/4/2018 | Ad Source: Direct
Location: Stonington, Maine

Asking Price: $27,500 or best offer

Key Features

  • Model Year: 2001
  • Odometer: 108,000
  • Engine: 2.8 L VR6 (201 horsepower)
  • Transmission: FWD Rebuilt in 2016

Seller Information

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


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2001 Volkswagen Eurovan – Full Winnebago Camper Van – only 108,000 miles

This camper van is one of the few for sale in its class. 2001 was the first year the VW camper was upgraded from a 140 to a 201 horsepower engine, and 2003 was the last year that VW imported them into the US.

This vehicle enabled us to fulfill our dream of comfortable travel camping throughout the US and parts of Canada, including two cross-country trips. Unlike some of the older models with less horsepower, this camper drives well on expressways and up hills. Its compact size, including a pop-top roof, allows for easier driving and parking than larger RVs; and it fits into a standard garage. It handles very well in snow. The removable bench seat is easy to install and remove, and adds room for 2 extra persons when used for transportation and not camping.

As we get older it is time to pass this vehicle on to someone else who will enjoy it as much as we have.

Vehicle Specs:
– 4-speed automatic
– Front wheel drive
– Power steering
– Fuel tank capacity 21 gallons
– 2.8 L VR6
– 4 wheel ABS
– Cruise control
– Seating 6 with removable middle bench seat (4 without seat).
– Full swivel front seats “captain’s chairs”
– Driver and passenger airbags
– Air conditioning
– Rear defroster and wiper/washer
– Remote keyless entry (1 fob and one regular set of keys)
– Power door locks and power windows
– Owner’s manuals – VW and Winnebago

Winnebago conversion camper features:
– Two-burner gas stove with stainless steel splatter shield
– Norcold AC/DC/LP gas refrigerator
– Stainless steel sink and countertop
– LED lit monitoring panel for LP gas, battery etc
– LP gas forced air furnace with thermostat control
– AC to DC power converter
– 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC systems
– Auxiliary battery – charges off alternator
– 12 gallon water tank
– 8 gallon grey water holding tank
– Pop up roof with canvas sidewalls and three screen windows
– LED light over galley
– Folding rear bench that converts to bed
– Additional bed under the pop-top
– Rear shower sprayer
– Shore power cord for connection
– Removable middle bench seat-easy to install and seats 2

– Transmission rebuilt in 2015
– Recent thorough maintenance servicing
– Recent professional detailing
– Tires in excellent condition – 4 winter tires and 4 all season tires
– Upgraded stereo/CD player with Bluetooth
– New AC compressor (2017)
– New luggage roof and rack (2017)
– New center and rear muffler (2016)
– New propane tank and connectors (2016)

The body and engine are in very good condition. There is minimal body rust only.

Price $27,500 or best offer
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  1. Of course,the 5 cylinder VW Eurovan has less power than the V6.To say that the 5 cylinder models could not travel at hiway speeds is not true. Mine does, easliy. 65, 70, even 75 (if you really want to) mph, no prob.
    Of course the v6 has more juice than the audi 5, but, really, how fast does one want to go in a loaded camper, huh?
    The v6’s only came with an automatic transmission that has proven to be unreliable. It breaks and costs 4 grand to fix.
    For reliability, longevity, the 5 cylinder with manual trans is the way to go.

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