You wouldn’t guess these new Dub Box camper builds are made of fiberglass construction, seeing as they’re based on the Volkswagen bus chassis.
Neat, but wow the price!
From circa the early ’70s, this spruced-up VW Westfalia van serves as a mobile shop in and around Portland, Oregon.
A lot of money has gone into restoring (and maintaining) this rare combo: a 1963 VW Microbus with a matching 1967 Eriba Puck camping trailer.
Approved by VW itself, you’ll do a double-take in the kitchen. I know that grille from somewhere!
She found an old VW bus and made it her dream getaway.
I only wish VW would release their California camper van model in the United States.
This infographic comparing the VW camper van and an Airstream travel trailer is bursting at the seams with trivia.
His infectious passion for a vintage Kombi Safari motorhome will make you smile.
Karmann Gipsy motorhomes are prized collector’s pieces today because so few were made – less than 1,000. See this high-quality find for sale in England.