This fishing boat/Vanagon is the creation of Richard Hammond. The amphibious vehicle can take you directly from land to sea without stopping. Click through to see a video of this guy in action.

Read more »


This camper conversion was made from a Volkswagen LT. The LT was the largest light commercial panel van that Volkswagen made. This one was made from 1989 – 1993. It’s similar to the Westys we’re so familiar with, but larger with a very high top. I’d love to own one of these.



I call this one a pop up camper instead of a pop top. The camper goes straight up and provides sleeping quarters for two. It looks pretty stock as it has the original paint and graphics. It was for sale recently on eBay. Check it out.

Read more »


If you look closely, you can see a very large window on top of this gorgeous steel gray T25 hightop. She also sports some very nice Porsche wheels This van was listed on eBay this year for £13,995.00. It must be worth it as the list of goodies includes, 4 birth, Rock ‘n roll bed, 2 burner hob, on board waste water tank, swivelling front passenger seat, 240v mains hook-up, 12v lighting, on board water tank with 12v pump. Click through for more pics.

Read more »


This is a 1989 VW hightop camper van conversion done by Leisuredrive. This one has a 1600cc Turbo Diesel engine & 5 speed gearbox and a very tall hightop. Everything on the interior is custom and ready for camping. This van was for sale back in 2011 which is where the pics came from. Click through to see the interior.

Read more »


This 1980 Subaru conversion is a unique find. It could easily be added to the Vanagons we’ve named “Junk Yard Dogs. This truck was for sale in Oregon, and is now archived on Barn Finds. This is definitely a homemade truck with lots of character. Just check out the wood side panels on the bed. She is dropped and sports a Subaru conversion. The engine is actually exposed in the back, so click through to see how its done.

Read more »


This looks like a standard early 1990s Vanagon, except for the low profile pop top. Very slick! It comes courtesy of There are a few more pictures on their website so check them out.



Check out this single cab with a camper on the back. It looks homemade, but there is a logo on it. Anyone know who makes this? I love the fact that the owner cares enough about his truck to put a body kit on it. Looks great!

Sep 07, 2016 | Category: Conversion, Other People's Hacks


This VW Transporter has apparently gone through a conversion to an electric vehicle by EV4U Custom Conversions. I can’t get much more information because these guys have the most ridiculously moronic websites I’ve ever seen. However, I love the sliding storage on this van. They use it to hold 38 battery cells. Click through for another pic and video.

Read more »


I think we have seen this stretch Vanagon before, but this is a new pic from a different angle. The paint job looks the same, but they’ve added some custom wheels. This extended Vanagon has two sliding doors and lots of room. Making these extended stretch Vanagons is becoming a popular thing to do.



« Older Entries

Copyright © 2007 - 2017 by

Volkswagen Vanagon, Westfalia, Westy, Transporter, , Doka, T25, T3, Camper, Syncro, Microbus, Caravelle, Custom Vanagon Modifications, Automotive Parts