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This Syncro is shown at the Volkswagen Club of Pakistan. Someone named Rehan Bhai apparently owns this VW Syncro T3. It has the most interesting front ornament I’ve ever seen. It appears to be a set of bull horns. You can see a bar bolted into the front of the van which supports the bull horns. It also includes a net of some kind. I have no idea what the net is for, but it’s an interesting ornament for sure.


This 1989 Volkswagen high top Autohomes Komet camper was recently for sale on eBay UK. The page has been deleted so we don’t have a ton of information but she’s a beauty. Check out the massive bullbar on the front of this thing. The interior looks clean with matching drapes and the paint job looks fresh. All she needs now is a light bar up top and some semi truck side view mirrors!

Jun 07, 2021 | Category: Aesthetic, Other People's Hacks

This 1989 VW T25 camper, named Daisy, has been completely redone and it looks amazing. She has a bit of a crazy paint job, but the interior looks incredible. Click through to see more and be sure to visit Bridge Classic Cars for even more details.



Many Vanagon owners install roof racks on their ride to help carry extra equipment. Some owners go for the simple approach, while others go for large baskets and boxes. Pictured here is a large ARB rack with high jack attached. What is your roof rack choice? Click through for several examples.


This 1991 double cab Syncro is currently for sale on Gumtree. She looks to be fully restored with new paint and interior carpet. She features an upstairs tent and rear canopy over the truck bed.



I don’t know why I like this van, but I do. The gold paint job stands out because there are no rear windows. I also like the wheels on this van. They look like they should be on a 1980’s Chevy van instead of a Vanagon, but somehow it works. This early 1980’s Vanagon is clean and ready to go. I call her, Goldie.


I love when someone goes the extra step and adds details to their Vanagon like a custom painted dash. This owner decided on a royal blue, and he put it everywhere. I like the dash in particular, but click through to see a video of the whole van. He even has blue door panels.



One of the favorite themes of Vanagon owners is the famous Scooby Doo Mystery Machine. We’ve seen a lot of Mystery Machines, and a several food trucks, but this is the first high top Mystery Machine themed food truck we’ve seen. Click through to see more of this gorgeous van. Whoever owns this van has taken the first class route with special attention to details.



This 1985 Vanagon GL looks fairly clean and includes a custom wood cabinet inside. She also sports a custom steering wheel, 1.5″ lift kit, and black alloy wheels. She resides in Seattle, Washington and was recently listed for sale. Click through for more.



This read truck looks like a stock double cab Vanagon, but looks can be deceiving. We’ve seen this beauty before, but I just ran across more high quality photos from VW Vortex that are worth a second look. This first rate Vanagon to truck conversion would make every Vanagon fan drool. Click through for many more pictures.


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