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This 1987 Transporter was for sale recently in Germany. It’s an average van with an interesting paint job, and it says “Catch the Wave” on the roof. I have no idea what that means, but it’s an interesting van none the less. The interior is different than the standard Westys we’re accustomed to in the states. You won’t find the rear closet in this van. Click through to see more of this van.

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What better way to advertise your van for sale than to take a picture of it in action. This camping scene sure makes the van look fun.

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They have added a dashboard console and custom mats. What kind of armrest protection is that?

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There is a lot of room in the rear without the cabinets. This van has a cozy feel.

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