I’ve never been a fan of interiors where the cockpit is separated from the rest of the van, but this might be an exception. This interior looks gorgeous. I don’t know how you will get from front to back without going outside the van, but it’s still a nice idea. The custom cabinets add a touch of home and if you look at this pic long enough, you will discover lots of neat ideas for storage. Great job!


This custom interior actually has a door to the “cockpit” like an airplane. The wood countertop with sink and drawers is gorgeous. My favorite part of this interior however, is the wine rack. Can you see it? Gorgeous!

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This overlay for the instrument cluster is for a Volkswagen Golf, but why couldn’t we adapt it for a Vanagon? It is still available on eBay so it looks like you could pick it up today if you want. We’ve seen a lot of cluster conversions, but this is definitely the first one I’ve seen that features wood.


Check out this custom interior. I have no idea who did this because there is no associated website, but I ran across these fantastic images. This van includes these custom cabinets with table. Click through to see more, including a utility drawer.

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Check out the interior on this otherwise normal looking baby blue camper. It has a very interested design on the ceiling and a flip down TV. Someone has also replaced the front seats. Wait til you see the cabinets. Click through to see more.

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These custom made cup holders fit into the Vanagon ash tray. It holds 2 cups, and is made from plywood. They are made in the UK and available for about $30 US. Check them out here.

This is a fantastic way to store the kitchen knives in your Vanagon. It keeps them safe, and out of the way.



This guy built his speaker box into the rear hatch and it seems to work well. The Samba user, derekdrew, posted his pictures for all to see. If you look closely you can see he also installed a release handle for the rear hatch. Nice job.

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The title pretty much says it all. This quilted leather door panel looks great and it’s not that hard to do. Create your new door panels then simply drape the fake leather over it. Looks great!

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This 1982 Vanagon apparently has a V8 inside, but these switches caught my eye. I wish I had a picture that was slightly zoomed out. It looks like they just build a box on the dash to house their gauges and switches. Nice job.



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