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This double cab Syncro has a unique a hydraulic tipper bed that effectively turns it into a dump truck. The dark grey paint with roll bars and modified bumpers add some toughness to this VW truck. The extra large tires also add to that tough feel. I like the truck side view mirrors too. Where can I get one of these bad boys? Click through for more pictures.


Check out this VW T25 Holdsworth Villa 3 in excellent condition. It currently sits for sale in the UK and has a load of features. Besides the obvious eyebrow, after market wheels, and side awning, she sports a 1.9 watercooled petrol engine and has 4 berths and 4 travelling seats. The kitchen is equipped with a 3-way fridge, 2 burner hob and a grill. Interesting, the seller says this VW camper comes with 12 month warranty.



This camper conversion was made from a Volkswagen LT. The LT was the largest light commercial panel van that Volkswagen made. This one was made from 1989 – 1993. It’s similar to the Westys we’re so familiar with, but larger with a very high top. I’d love to own one of these.


The Caffeine Machine is another Vanagon food truck. This time the Vanagon has been converted into a mobile coffee shop. She is currently for sale on eBay for $15,000.



This Vanagon ambulance likely comes from Europe but it has California plates. It appears to be part of the Vintage Volkswagen Club of America’s California Chapter although I found it on Flickr. The interior is tight, but it works. Click through to see the interior pic.


Dec 19, 2019 | Category: Conversion, Other People's Hacks

This Vanagon Trakka comes out of Australia. The custom conversion has lots of extras as you can see. It doesn’t have the standard Westy pop top, but a full pop top with a lower profile. It also comes with a serious bull bar on the front bumper and some sort of basket-like windshield protection.



What happens when you turn a Vanagon into a boat? You get an amphibious Vanagon. This thing travels on land and at sea. If you are like me, you are probably fairly skeptical about this vehicle. Click through to see a video of this thing in action.


What is this? It happens to be a 1985 Vanagon that someone hacked up and turned into the Windowless Vanagon. I’m not sure what it is supposed to resemble, but it looks like an attention getter. It’s probably a blast to drive.


We have seen these before, but this is another custom trailer created by a Vanagon. This one has a rack on the back and what appears to be an exhaust fan on top. Perhaps it’s a sleeper. We don’t have any info on this trailer, but it sure looks good!


I’m not sure what this thing is, but it looks like they took a page from those caterpillar or accordion busses. It appears to be two high top Vanagon campers put together, with the rear being more of a trailer that extends the front van. They are carrying a minibike on the front bumper, and they appear to have jalousies. Interesting ride!


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