Jason and Sarah Leach’s 1968 Devon Caravette is an unmolested survivor
One of the last ever Bay Windows to be produced
Behind some of the coolest logo’d patina in the UK lurks the perfect family Camper with a fantastic interior. We spill the beans on how it came to be
Mark and Polly bought this ’67 original UK Canterbury Pitt and made the life-changing decision to quit the rat race, sell their home and buy a derelict chapel
As the forgotten love child of the VW Transporter empire, this Type 25 draws upon its roots for its radical looks
Let’s face it, Campers are all about the interiors, but not everybody’s idea of what they should comprise of is the same
Few things divide opinion like faux patina but, when you live in bonnie Scotland and the end result is as good this, it might be the way to go
Sundial VW Campers may not be as desirable as Westfalias, but one as original as this is a real find
The first thing most will think when they see a gleaming 21-window Samba like this is the owner must be minted. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.
When was the last time you saw a wild west-themed Split? Time to get off your horse and drink it in.