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This black VW T25 pop top looks great. I can’t decide if I like the exterior or interior better. I’m not really a guy who likes black cars, but this van looks awesome. There’s not much to say about it, just click through and check it out. The interior was redone with care and it looks great!


This custom front console looks pretty slick. The cut out for the stick is perfectly fitted and it has space for switches and meters as well as CDs and other miscellaneous items. Not bad.

This 1984 VW high top camper has an interesting front kitchen. Unlike the standard Westfalia kitchen that runs the length of the van, this kitchen is up front behind the seats. You can’t see the entire thing, but check out the cabinet with the sink. Click through to see the outside of the van.



This Syncro Doka double cab truck is insane. It has so many hacks, but my favorite is the steel plated roof rack. It is housing a spare tire or two, and a set of driving lights. This monster also has a heavy duty external sun visor, a winch, and semi truck side mirrors. The custom rear compartment looks pretty heavy duty too. This looks like a work truck turned into an insane toy.


This panel Vanagon looks stock on the outside, but it has an interesting interior. For starters, it has Saab seats that look great in the front. It also has carpet fitted on the interior walls which give an interesting look. Click through to see the inside of this van.


This van sure has a lot of windows. We have seen similar vans before, but this one looks unique. In addition to the many side windows, the high top has a large front window as well. The van has a small bullbar on the front bumper and a siren or speaker on the root. She looks like a nice ride although she could use some updated wheels.



Wouldn’t you like a cubby door on the rear cabinet? I would. The guys at Texas Vanagons came up with a perfect mod of the rear cabinet. It gives you access from the rear hatch and it looks stock. It’s not really that difficult when you think about it, but you need to plan it right. Click through to see how they did it.



This crazy paint job caught my eye today so I thought I’d simply comment on it. The sides of this Vanagon remind me of watercolors. And what kind of wheels are those? I like the mounted tire on the front and the driving lights.


This hack was submitted to us from Norway, via Facebook. Marius Emil Tuv mounted a double-DIN stereo on his dash and he sent us a few pics. It looks like he customized a housing for the display. Very cool. He even has a reverse sensor on top of the housing. Click through for more pics.



Here is a guy who is serious about his LPG tank. He purchased a VW T25 1.9 Caravelle 78ps High Top Camper and decided to work it over. He’s done quite a bit of work on it. This LPG tank installation caught my eye. It fits behind the front seats and he created a bench with cushions to hide it. Click through for more.


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