The September 2021 issue of VW Camper & Bus is available now so get down to your newsagents or order one online! As always, it’s packed with owner stories, technical features and show reports – as well as news on what’s happening with our own Bus projects.
Here’s just a taster of what’s inside…
The world’s best Deluxe
It’s one of the planet’s top Buses, but don’t just take our word for it! We’re convinced once you’ve seen the feature on this 1963 23-Window Bus you’ll come to the same conclusion.
Shabby chic T6.1
If you appreciate something new made to look older, you’ll love this bang on trend T6.1 camper conversion.
This Bay Panel Van is just about as low as they go. Find out how it was done…
Discover how Retronics made some magical electronic improvements to this iconic Split Window Bus.
Gotta get away
Get inspiration to travel from this roadtrip story in a custom converted T5.
Luke Clevely wasn’t even looking for a Bay Window when this US-import 1968 Westfalia popped up on his radar.
Faced with a 1967 Devon Camper that previous owners had altered, Brett Chalkley decided the best thing to do was restore the Van with a few custom touches to bring it bang up to date.
Read about our latest projects – including how the editor Ian got his forlorn-looking T25 Westfalia Club Joker up and running after a year off the road.
The man behind the Canterbury Pitt range of British-converted Volkswagen campers was an Austrian refugee named Peter Pitt. But he didn’t just kit out interiors; he also did his bit to allow Type 2 campers to go faster too. Here’s his story…