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1982 Volkswagen Vanagon Camper Westfalia L [Typ 2 / T3]

1982 Volkswagen Vanagon Camper [Typ 2 / T3] in Chasing Mavericks, Movie, 2012 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: DE — Made for: USA

1982 Volkswagen Vanagon Camper Westfalia L [Typ 2 / T3]

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kegare JP

2013-02-17 22:17

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karoomay SY

2013-02-18 00:12

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Camper

ingo DE

2013-02-18 00:24

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early one with this colour sheme and the older styled badge.

rjluna2 US

2013-02-18 00:49

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This one has the Westfalia camper conversion here.

You are quite right, ingo. I am thinking of the early series with two-tone color scheme :think:

karoomay SY

2013-02-18 00:52

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Isn't it a little bit newer with those hubcaps?

night cub US

2013-02-18 01:24

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This one's been customized, notice the amber sidemarker at the rear (it shouldb be red). The two-tone paint was not available on the early campers, just the vans. And the light color was on top of the dark one on production models, so this looks like a repainted one.

ingo DE

2013-02-18 13:29

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@karoomay: the hubcaps are easiest to change :p

But night cub is right. Plus the fact, that this copper-gold-metallic, the upper side has, was not in the early T3-range. But the plastic badge and the chromated bumpers are the early series anyways.

Btw: the badging of T3-Campers seems not really consistent. I've seen several different badges, different names, different font, different material.
Theoretical there's also the possibility, that it was a normal Vanagon, but later converted to a Camper by the owner or a private company. All Campmobile-items were available as single parts for the self-converter.

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