This critically-acclaimed, best-selling book documents and celebrates the many different camping conversions built on the Volkswagen Transporter and Microbus base across five generations. In this expanded and fully updated second edition, over 500 colour photographs, coupled with period and archive pictures and brochure materials, illustrate the detailed text, showing and describing the various specifications, layouts, fitments and optional equipment on over forty different conversion companies' models, including: Adventurwagen; Amescador; Arcomobil; Australian Campers; Auto-Sleeper; Bilbo's Campers; Campmobile; Canadiana; Canterbury Pitt; Caraversions Hitop; Danbury Conversions; Dehler Profi; Devon Conversions; Dormobile; Eurec Campers; EZ Campers; Gardena Gypsy; Holdsworth; Joch Camping; Kamper Kits; Karmann Coachbuilts; Moortown Motors; Oxley Coachcraft; Poba Campers; Reimo Conversions; Riviera/ASI Campers; Safare Custom Campers; Service Mota-Caravan; Slumberwagen; South African Campers; Sport Kocijan; Sportsmobile; Sundial Campers; Syro Kit Campers; T3 (T25) UK Campers; Tischer Demountables; Teca Conversions; Viking; Westfalia Campers and VW California. The book documents and celebrates the iconic VW Campervan, as produced by many different companies since the early 1950s, with all generations of camper produced by a converter described chronologically so that changes over time can easily be seen. Superbly illustrated with 500 colour photographs, showing many new examples of original-condition campers and their interiors.A Guide to VW Camping Conversions and Interiors 1951-2012 David Eccles. the hob is a twoway fridge. The a#39;whitea#39; carpet ... The wardrobe sits to the rear and also houses the electric hookup fuse box. Sockets are situated throughout the van.
|Title||:||VW Camper - The Inside Story|
|Publisher||:||Crowood - 2013-12-21|