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This is just a guess, but whoever built this van is going for a classic 50s car theme. The chrome wheels and bumpers with white walls just look like the 50s to me. I can see this van pulling up to a diner with checkered tiles. This Vanagon has small side view mirrors and a nice cream eyebrow. Click through for more.



We have seen several A-Team themed Vanagons. This one is simply the low budget version. It would help if the had different wheels, but when you’re building something on a budget you have to just make do with what you have. Click through for one more pic.


Vanagon Screens

If you own a hard top you already know how difficult it is to get good screens to fit your van. Most people have to use velcro or magnets to get screens around the sliding windows. This guy named Glenn has a new take on screens and they look solid.



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 1991 TDI conversion looks great. It has a long list of upgrades including adjusted gearbox, lowered suspension, RVS exhaust, and more. Details like the chrome above the wheels, South African grill, truck side mirrors, and covered side windows make this a beauty. This one was for sale recently. Click through for a more complete list of its features and upgrades.



This gorgeous 1989 VW T25 4 berth camper van was recently for sale. Rebuilt in 2011, this van has a 1.9 Diesel engine, and a restored interior. The only thing she is missing is custom wheels. I love the single color on this van. You will have to go to Northern Ireland to have a look at this one, but it’s worth it. Click through to see the interior.


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.


I’m not sure what exactly is going on with this Vanagon but it appears to be a mid 1980’s high top with an extra section up front for a bed. It looks a little odd because the added section is so much wider than the rest of the van. The owner also seems to have painted the wheels the same color as the van. Interesting choice!


There is a lot to love about this orange and black Westy Syncro. In terms of the color, I love the way they blacked out the area around the windows. It matches the wheels and front grill and provides a nice contrast to the orange exterior of the van. This van looks ready for off road exploration with all the front grill protection and bull bar. The oversize tires complete the van.


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