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Whenever someone has the skills to create their own interior I’m always impressed. This Vanagon has a fresh coat of paint and brand new cabinets going in. Just sit back and drool over this one and maybe you will be inspired to create your own custom Vanagon interior. Click through for more pics.



Vanagon door panels are famous for hot holding up over time. They take a beating, and they also warp quite easily. One Vanagon owner restored his door panels himself. He took the panels off and stripped them down to the masonite. He then traced them onto sheets of 1/8? luan plywood. He wrapped the panels with 1/16th foam and a light cream colored vinyl. Click through to see more.


This 1982 VW Vanagon Truck is for sale. It looks a bit run down, but it has a very nice custom cup holder console on the dash. You can’t see it very clearly in this picture, but click through for a better pic.


Jun 22, 2022 | Category: Interior, Other People's Hacks


This otherwise normal looking 1991 Vanagon has rear bucket seats. And they are very nice! It also sports front bucket seats and a pretty nice roof rack, but the rest of the van looks pretty normal. Click through for more of the interior.



Vanagon owners are famous for wanting more gauges and switches in the cockpit of their Vanagon. We have covered several different ways to add gauges to the Vanagon dashboard, but if you’re looking for something over the top this is it. Whoever created this cockpit is leaving nothing behind. He is obviously a fan of gauges and switches, not to mention CB radios and police scanners. He also installed a wood steering wheel to boot!



Check out this custom console for the Vanagon cockpit. It is full of gauges, switches, and lights, and is perfect for the Vanagon enthusiast. Although the picture is cut off, it looks like the console contains a cup holder at the bottom. One of the downsides of this kind of console is it limits the ability to mount the Vanagon from the side door, but it sure looks cool.


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This stock looking 1981 VW T25 has a custom interior that feels like home. The best part is, the van is apparently for sale. It has a second battery and a new heater as well as a 2014 engine. What I like about is the custom cabinets and the homey feel of the interior. The cushions, carpet, rug, and poster, just give this van a great feel. Check it out, then click through for more pics.



If you want to give your rear bed an interesting cover check out Wet Okole. Their covers are solid and provide interest to your interior. They also make very popular seat covers!

Jun 03, 2021 | Category: Interior, Other People's Hacks


We have seen so many different flooring options for the Vanagon including tile, wood, carpet, rubber, and more. This is the first time I’ve seen an area rug covering the entire back area. Unfortunately, the original owner of this van no longer has their website up so we can’t see more pics. If you look closely they have some kind of large center console going on and the standard fire extinguisher placement.



This 1990 Vanagon Turbo Diesel is currently for sale for $21,000. It looks like a pretty nice van, but a look inside reveals serious thought in the dash board. If you look closely at these pictures, someone has fabricated a new cluster hood by combining 2 existing hoods so they could move the stereo. In place of the existing stereo they installed some rocker switches. Very slick!


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