South West
Mark Dean
07553 622 080

VW Bay Window T2 Campervan

Coolacampa “The Beach Hut”
VW T2 Bay Window Campervan

Year April 1976

Engine: Laurie Pettit 1584cc – New in 2010

Present Owner Since: Oct. 2010

Sold due to change in needs, She has been a fantastic van taking us on many adventures in Europe and United Kingdom.  Fully set up for long trips away. She won many Trophies at VW Shows, but it the fun she provides which we have loved.

Custom Paint Job
Custom Hand Made Interior
Rock n Roll 3/4 Bed – with 2 x Lapbelts
2 x Buddy Seat
Side Bunk for Child
Front attachable Child Bunk
Pop Top with roll down insulation
Sun Canapy
Original Awning
All Round Curtains
Front and Side Roof Racks with Back Ladder
with Vintage Storage for BBQ’s, Chairs, Ect.
Roof Rack on Pop top ideal for Surf Boards
Tow Bar
Front Exterior Wheel Holder

Storage: Wardrobe with side cupboards
Overhead Cupboard
Overhead Worktop Cupboards
Under Seat Storage
Additional Wardrobe with Boot Cupboard and 2 Buddy Seats
4 x Cupboards for Cups, Plates, Food and Pans
Deep Box Storage for Coats
Gas Storage Cupboard hold 2 x Gas Bottles
Front under dash storage Trays
Front door storage trays
Lots of hooks

Extras Gas Propex Heating with additional Timer Control Panel
Electrolux 3 way Fridge (Gas, Engine, Electricity)
Double Gas Hob with Sink and Water Tap with Pump (water tank under vehicle)

Slip Charger Relay with 100ah Leisure Battery, runs:-
3 x Interior Lights
Cooker Ignition
Propex Heating Ignition
Additional Speakers for TV or Music
12 Volt TV and Ariel – (TV not included)
Cigarette Lighter x 2 in Overhead Worktop Cupboards

Electric Hook Up, runs:- 2 x sockets
1 x fridge socket

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