1989 VW Vanagon
This T3 is a European-market truck that's registered in California. Reportedly imported from Sweden in 2006, it's equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission with a crawler first gear and a swapped imperial instrument cluster.
The attached Carfax vehicle history report begins in 2007 but shows no accidents for the given period of time.
Factory equipment includes 16-inch wheels, a dropside bed, sliding rear door windows, under-bed storage compartments, headlight washers, rear locking differential, cloth upholstery, a heated driver's seat, and wind-up windows.
Modifications reported by the seller include bedliner applied to the lower body, diamond plate on bed surfaces, a GoWesty inclinometer, an Alpine CDE-9881 head unit, aftermarket speakers in the front doors and beneath the rear bench seat, and a fold-out tailgate step.
Built in limited numbers between 1984 and 1992 and never sold new in the U.S., the T3 Syncro was offered in a variety of configurations, including van, Westfalia camper, single cab, and double cab (so-called "Doka") pickups with both three and four doors. Featuring a clever and capable 4WD system engineered and built by Steyr-Daimler-Puch in Austria, T3 Syncros are prized among VW enthusiasts, and 4-door Dokas with 16-inch wheels and crawler first gears are among the scarcest and most desirable variants.
Power comes from a 2.1-liter flat-4, rated at about 110 horsepower and 128 lb-ft of torque. Output is sent to all four wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission with a crawler first gear.