I Went On To The Internet, And I Found This.... (1 Viewer)

Affiliate links here may earn MHF compensation

DanielFord

Free Member
Jun 1, 2013
3,020
3,086
Funster No
26,287
camperlimo.jpg

Is that just the most brilliant thing ever?
 

dna

Jan 17, 2010
703
4,263
Llandudno
Funster No
9,981
MH
AT Tribute 680 pvc
Exp
since 2009
Looks great - how many VWs were put together to make this? if it has the original air cooled engine it wont be a fast cruiser
 
OP
OP
D

DanielFord

Free Member
Jun 1, 2013
3,020
3,086
Funster No
26,287
Looks great - how many VWs were put together to make this? if it has the original air cooled engine it wont be a fast cruiser
I think it is 2, with an in fill section between them. Also don't forget the VW Beetle roof on the front section :)

Subscribers  do not see these advertisements

 

dna

Jan 17, 2010
703
4,263
Llandudno
Funster No
9,981
MH
AT Tribute 680 pvc
Exp
since 2009
I spotted the beetle and that the quarter light window would make a great air scope when driving along. A porsche engine would shift it nicely (y)
 

Enword

Free Member
May 20, 2014
1,900
7,999
Devon
Funster No
31,568
MH
Coach Built
Exp
Race van conversion for years
I wonder how the drive is sorted? if its only 2wd your not going to have a lot of grip on uneven surfaces.

Subscribers  do not see these advertisements

 

vwalan

Funster
Sep 23, 2008
8,835
5,799
roche cornwall
Funster No
4,148
MH
lynton5th wheel
Exp
since a child
the roof is made from beetle and t2.
the wheels indicate a 72 model year .
the indicators below the lights came out in aug 67 . that was the 68 model. but still used on the 72 .
the smaller rear vents also mean 72 .
but nice job .
could have a big t4 motor or even a stroked 2.1 /2.2 beetle engine .
bet the gear change is a bas--rd .
 

BwB

LIFE MEMBER
Apr 3, 2011
918
1,173
Suffolk UK
Funster No
15,893
MH
Resting b'twix vans
Exp
Since 1990
Very cool. Hope it's a camper still and not a commercial marketing project thingy.

All those wheels and still not carrying a spare :)
 

Join us or log in to post a reply.

To join in you must be a member of MotorhomeFun

Join MotorhomeFun

Join us, it quick and easy!

Log in

Already a member? Log in here.

Latest journal entries

Funsters who are viewing this thread

Back
Top