Grab a copy of the February 2022 issue of VW Camper & Bus, which is OUT NOW!
As well as all the usual news, views advice and opinion it’s packed with some fantastic features. Here’s just a taster…

Strictly speaking

Joe Sugg isn’t just a decent dancer and media phenomenon, he’s also dead keen on VW Buses. We follow his quest, using the country’s top specialists, to make his already good ’66 11-Window a whole lot better.

Flood survivor

Having sat submerged in water, this Bay Window Camper was said to be unrestorable. But when Dan Jutson spotted the original Dormobile spec, he knew it was worth saving.

Pure magic

it’s a cool colour and an equally cool Camper; Nick Harding and his partner Carolann had their holidaying dreams answered when they snapped up this fully kitted out Pure grey T6.1 from Leeds-based SK Campers.

Charm offensive

Khaleb Wassall wanted a low T4 but bought one of the hardest Transporters to get really low, a Hi-Top T3. And it’s beige, but hey, this Bus has Karisma by the bucket load now.

Island hopping

Pre-pandemic, Harry Nowan set off in his Bay with his mum, sister and sheepdog Wooly to do a circular tour that took in everthing our beautiful isles have to offer.

A Split treat

Close to 300 Split Screen Buses assembled for the OCTO Meet near Los Angeles – and we were there to join in the festivities! See our full report.

It’s a bit like a Bus

Before Volkswagen got its own Type 2 off the ground, there was the Tempo Matador – Volkswagen-powered, but front-engined, front-wheel drive and with a very distinctive front. We tell its story.

Changing Lanes

Former editor James turned to the dark side when he sold his Bay and bought a T5. It has not been plain sailing so far…

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