VW Camper - The Inside Story

A Guide to VW Camping Conversions and Interiors 1951-2012 Third Edition

VW Camper - The Inside Story
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ISBN: 9781785007613
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This revised and expanded third edition of VW Camper - The Inside Story updates the story across six generations of the VW Bus and includes additional information and pictures, including more conversions, as well new information about the very early years and the latest models.

Using archive and period brochure images, and photographs of original-condition models still surviving to illustrate the detailed text, it documents the various specifications, layouts, fitments and optional equipment of over forty different conversion companies, from well-known names like Devon and Westfalia, to lesser-known or unusual models such as Slumberwagen and Arcomobil. Since publication of the first edition in 2005, followed by a revised, expanded edition in 2012, VW Camper - The Inside Story has been acclaimed by enthusiasts and lovers of the VW Camper, and has become a definitive guide to the many different camping conversions built on the VW Transporter and Microbus.

The author

David Eccles has been around VW campers since he and his wife, Cee, journeyed to India and back in 1976, travelling and living in a 1967 Canterbury Pitt. They have owned their current VW Camper, a 1966 walk-through Devon Caravette since 1978. After twenty years of family holidays, the camper is fully restored and is used for travelling to VW shows and events. David is well known for his passion for the VW Bus and is currently the editor of Volkswagen Camper and Commercial magazine. He is a resident of Leicestershire, England.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9781785007613
Illustrations: 500 color photos
Size: 8.26 in x 11.69 in / 209.8 mm x 296.93 mm
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