VW Camper & Commercial 120

VW Camper & Commercial 120
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I'm soaking up the last of the September sunshine here.


Our cover bus this month is something totally wild and different and right out there, we bring you the infamous fire-bus. A bay almost destroyed by flames but brought back to life by Denis Cunliffe, creator of that equally mental T4 with a Beetle engine! 

To balance things out we have a couple of very original buses, a 1957 Microbus in its original Palm Green / Sand Green sun bleached paint had been parked up in the same spot for 36 years, it was gradually disappearing into its surroundings and had to be dug out.  

There's more original stuff with a Binder Pueblo T3, a total one off in RHD, imported by Don Amott caravans in 1990 with a cracking back story - one family owned from new, well maintained and never been restored and still looks like new inside and generally belies its 127,000 miles. 

Bay buffs will enjoy the 71 Sundial inspired T2 of which the owner says “It’s not a restoration, it’s a renovation”.

Finally, two more epic Travel stories this issue – Campervan Culture’s arctic circle adventure concludes and Tom Dibb (who has performed at many VW festivals), sets off overland to gig his way to Australia...