Thank you for viewing my VW T25 2wd ‘Syncno’ conversion.
It has done 83k miles from new in 1989.
So, where do I start. There’s been extensive renovations done to this van. From a complete bare metal strip back, respray in original slate blue (LH5V) back in 2020 (pics can be provided) to the fully liveable furnishings inside.
Externally, the list is endless but the highlights include the full length Flatdog aluminium roof rack, the Campervan Culture rear ladder with swing away spare wheel carrier, multiple Slaughterhouse Customs bits and bats, including rock sliders and wing mirrors. ARB touring awning, high power lightbar to name but a few.
5 Alcar steel wheels (correctly specced for the load weight) wrapped in BFGoodrich all terrain tyres. These were professionally fitted with new 100mm wheel studs to accommodate the spacers so the wheels have safe clearance. There’s also been a 1inch lift to the suspension.
Internally, furnishing the cabin there’s two Porsche 944 seats, full rubberised cabin floors, Slaughterhouse Customs digital speedo. Solar Panel control unit and inverter unit. A 3/4 Rusty Lee rock n roll bed can be added in the purchase. This is loose and has not been fitted but if you would like it, just ask.
Mechanically, a larger South African radiator has been added, a new Pierburg mechanical fuel pump was fitted less than 3 thousand miles ago. A Facet electric fuel pump has been purchased but not fitted. This will be included in the sale. There’s a SHC hard start kit fitted to the engine to help ease strain on the starter motor. The van has fresh modern fuel lines throughout and a fire prevention system has been fitted in the engine bay.
The van does have its cons though and this is reflected in the price. There is a moderate dent in the slide door from closing, there’s now the odd scratch here and there and there’s a few blemishes in the paintwork and in the body panel seems and there’s a few signs of external rust as the van was stored outside. The van was used to adventure so this is as to be expected. The electrical work has been started but hasn’t been finished, this includes the solar panel (can be added if required) If you know your way around the wiring this should be a straight forward job, the van needs an updated MOT, this lapsed in March. It passed first time last year but this needs doing. It was last serviced in October 2022. There was no documentation when I purchased the van but I have kept all receipts since I’ve owned the vehicle.
Our mechanic has checked the engine and the heads are fine and there’s no engine issues. He’s reassured me that there’s loads of life left in the engine, transmission and gearbox. So you should be good to go.
If you want to know anything else, just ask.
Please note, the reg plate is not included in the sale.