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The title says it all on this one. This is the most rustic interiors we’ve seen. It looks like this van should be parked somewhere deep in the country, miles away from a paved road.


This is simply a nice shot of some re-upholstered front Vanagon seats I saw at In addition to the new seats, this van also has new door panels. Very nice.

Check out this seemingly normal VW T3. The video is entitled, “Airride” and appears to be a hydraulic installation with airbags of some sort. I’d love to know more.

For those of you who have Weekenders, this is a nice custom cover for the rear heater. If you remove the rear heater, you can put this cover over the empty space. You can choose from black and brown to add a nice touch to the rear seat area. Check it out at uniWerks Design.

Nov 01, 2018 | Category: Aesthetic, Other People's Hacks

What would you name this hot pink Vanagon? The owner slapped the name Babe Bus on it but it’s not exactly a bus is it? I guess Babe Vanagon doesn’t have the best ring to it. Check out the blue tinted signal lens that matches the logo perfectly. Nice detail.



Some Vanagon owners have been hacking up their dashboards installing front A/C units. The Samba user nilza took things a step further when he hacked up his dash and included a reverse camera display. I can’t tell what else he has installed, but his fiberglass work looks great! Click through for more pics.


This Gatebil Magazine themed van reminds me of the old yellow cabs in NYC. This one looks a lot better than any yellow taxi I’ve ever seen, but it could be called the Yellow Cab Vanagon. Click through for another pic.


We’ve seen a lot of dropped VW Vanagons, but this may be the lowest drop yet. This thing has hydraulics to drop it so it can likely go back up when it wants to. Check out how low this thing can go. It looks like it’s touching the ground.



This orange crew cab looks so sleek, it’s crazy. I couldn’t figure out why it looked so different but then I realized they completely re-did the body. It looks like a unibody designed truck. No lines, no gaps, just all body. AND, they left off the door handles. Even the bumper looks like part of the body. Of course, they also sport after market wheels, new rear brake lights, and painted front grill. Click through to see several more pics of this beauty.


This otherwise average looking Syncro has a massive bullbar installed on the front bumper. It doesn’t appear like this van is used in the dense forrest, but perhaps they owner just likes the look.


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