The October 2021 issue of VW Camper & Bus is available now so get down to your newsagents or order one online! As well as all the usual news, views advice and opinion it’s packed with some fantastic features, including…

Everyone’s cup of tea

When your Bus gets the nickname ‘Tetley’ because of the amount of rust holes, you know you’re in trouble until your friends and fellow club members come to the rescue. If ever there was a heart-warming story to tell, this is it.

Just Joshing!

A head full of ideas, the ability to learn new skills and a dad that was willing to muck in resulted in Josh Chadwick ending up with the family T25 Camper he’d always dreamed of.

It’s insane

Ditching the camping kit for this fully-equipped T6.1 proved a good move for outdoor fanatic Jamie Douglas. Here’s his story…

Lasting quality

For a lot of T4 owners, buying and building a T6 would be the pinnacle of VW van ownership. Not for Tim Bletcher though, the T4 you see here is the keeper, with the T6 being just a sideline…

Family Van

With help from his future son-in-law, Kevin Burns transformed this once forlorn looking ’66 Split into the sweet, Subaru-powered camper featured here.

Morocco or Bust!

The story of a ’66 Bus that saved its owner. Not once, but twice!

Hire thinking

Ed Tomlinson turned his interest in VWs into a business when he started growing his fleet of bespoke T5 Campers for hire.

Panel perfect

Regular contributor Peter Simpson shows how he fitted a Newton Commercial door panel kit to give his T25 Van a more comfy camper feel inside.

First night nerves

Ian preps his project T25 for his first overnight adventure and has some tips for other Bus owners planning their first night away.

Bus historyWhat’s in the box?

The story behind the frankly bizarre VW-based Brubaker Box.

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