Rescued from a Texas scrapyard, this bus exudes period charm, with its aged paint and original signwriting giving no hint of its Porsche engine and muscle bus upgrades
Magic Mango - 1959 Kombi
Having run and enjoyed a 1962 Beetle, like many, Ryan Garwood then started to thinking about purchasing a VW camper
Over the Moon - 1979 Devon Moonraker
For owner, Emma, owning her Bay has become very much a lifestyle as well as a hobby.
Blending into the Background - 1988 Syncro Doka
With its foliage camouflage paintwork and matching trailer, this syncro blends in perfectly with rugged, natural surroundings.
Restoration - Barn Find: Split Restoration part 2
Part 2: The 1955 Samba gets stripped and new panels start going on…
A Tale of Two Trips
One a five-week European tour we embarked upon in 2011; the other a ten-day whirl around Spain and France in the summer of last year
Ben Pon Barndoor Bonanza 2014
The Ben Pon vintage VW show, held in Amersfoort, Holland, over the Easter weekend saw a new world record set of 76 pre-1955 buses on display together
Custom Crossover - 1972 Crossover Bay
Ten years work has gone into creating this Bay, bought in 2002 for just £1,900!
Techno Classica 2014
Serial accessory and period parts collector, Alan Wesson, checks out Techno-Classica in Essen
Behind the Scenes 81 - Evam Classic/VW Split Parts
Evam Classic/VW Split Parts in Holland, run by Etienne van Bezu, is best known in the UK for being the European Distributor of the funky green panels made by Klassic Fab, but there’s much more to it than that
How To - 81: Renew a Petrol Tank
Herbie Hospital shows how to change the petrol tank and fuel lines on a Bay window
Brochure Line - 81: Holdsworth Offers Variety With Its Villa
Holdsworth might have joined the VW camper fraternity as the first generation Transporter gave way to the second, but it was in the era of the T3 that their brochures became almost as sophisticated as Volkswagen’s own.