• Accessory "full length" roof rack available through VW dealers.
  • Black rubber bumper guardians were a VW of America accessory.
  • Outlet for connecting to A/C power.
  • Crank out jalousy windows were standard equipment on Westfalia campers of the era.
  • Chrome hubcaps were incorrect for a camper. Campers would have come with gray-painted hubcaps from the factory.

Me and my 1967 VW Camper

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A friend of mine took this picture of me and my old VW van back in 1990. The van was a Westfalia camper, which was the factory-built camper. It had mostly original paint and was nearly rust-free. I probably shouldn't have sold it.

Lu-Gu, BurrodeOaxaca., sota35 , and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. madmax2008@yahoo.com 61 months ago | reply

    sweet van keep on vannin dude

  2. Lu-Gu 58 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called VW's4Life, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Its so true VWs bring a smile to peoples faces!

  3. friskierisky 52 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Motor Vehicles, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  4. Txrelichunter 31 months ago | reply

    Awesome. 67 was the best year they made em. I had a 67 bug and a 69 bus but always always wanted a 67 bus...

  5. 63vwdriver 31 months ago | reply

    '67 was a great year for VW. I also had a '67 Ghia convertible, and that was an awesome car, too.

  6. 63vwdriver 29 months ago | reply

    Thanks. Should have kept it!

  7. Ivo =) 14 months ago | reply

    Great van

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