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This replacement pop top canvas from North Westy caught my eye. Matching the van color with the canvas just changes everything. North Westy has several stock colors to choose from and they will even create a custom color for you. Check out their website at the source link below for more info. These canvas tops run between $599 – $699 depending on what you choose. Click through to see a few more colors.

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Is it just me or do the tires on this custom Synchro TDI huge? This thing looks like it could roll over just about anything it would come across. The camper top looks to have been modified with some sort of spoiler too. Very cool.

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Vanagon owners find all kinds of ways to get in the Christmas spirit. Here are just a few as seen on The Samba! I think I’d go for the wreath, but the lights look great too!
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This 1987 Subagon Syncro Westfalia GL is gorgeous. The Subagon website lists it as having a Subaru SVX motor and includes new exhaust, clutch, pressure plate, adapter plate, timing belt and seals. The total build cost was nearly $50,000. I just love these full restoration projects. Click through to see more pictures that will make you drool.

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If you like Vanagons and travel you want to check out the Folksblogen blog. The couple who run the blog travel in a hot kiwi green vanagon and catalog their adventures online. The van used to be silver/gray, but they painted it and created a nice little travel van. Click through to see the interior.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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This VW Doka double cab reminds me of coffee creamer. Although I’m not fond of the cream color, there is a lot to like about the van. The roof mounted horn, semi-truck side mirrors, and rain guards are just the start. The custom bed cover is very nice and she has a sun roof. Click through for more.

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