The November 2020 issue of VW Camper&Bus is on sale now!

You can get it in all the usual shops, or better still, buy it online by taking us up on one of the following offers (you won’t pay any more than in the shops and it’s delivered to your door!).

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And of course it is packed with exciting features, including…

Ted’s Panel

This original paint Panel is legendary across the pond. Having been sat derelict for 40 years, it was dragged out of a field and put back on the road with a Camper interior…

On all fours

Up for the ultimate Camper adventure? If so, you’ll want to check out this kitted out go absolutely anywhere tough as nails Syncro T25 from Coast VW.

Better late than never

Despite looking pretty stock, this Late Bay has been modified in virtually every respect to suit the owner’s precise requirements – including towing his race Buggy!

Less is best

If you’re after the perfect antidote to flash, modern Buses – then get all the inspiration you’ll need from this back to basics T5.1.

Twin Splits

A penchant for cool Cosmic rims is not the only thing these two Split Bus owners have in common…

It’s electronic!

Make your air-cooled Bus more reliable this winter by converting it to electronic ignition.

On Safari

Read our expert step-by-step guide to fitting Safari opening front windows to your Split Window Bus.

Discovering Wales

Lost for somewhere to go at the weekend? Follow our reader roadtrip to Wales to find out what to see and where to stay.

Which rack?

Thule, , 19 June, 2019 , Austria. © 2019 Daniel Ahlgren

Check out our bike rack review to learn about the different racks available for your Transporter and why some are so much better than others.

Feeling Chilli?

If you’re feeling the chill of autumn, try this mouth-watering Chilli recipe, and some of the tasty side dishes you can serve alongside it.

The minimalist

If you thought the early Type 2 was basic, take a look at the Basistransporter!

Holdsworth Variety

With its pretty unique U-shaped kitchen area, the Holdsworth Variety certainly added a bit of spice to the lives of T25 buyers back in the ’80s.