Now this isn’t a VW Westphalia camper hence the reference to the “Caravelle” in the title. Back in the day when VW had distributors, they had a degree of “allocation” muscle. They made dealers take slower selling panel vans and pick-ups to get the fast selling campers. When that made them even more frustrated they opted to have their own versions built stateside. The Riviera and Caravelle are among the best known conversions. The Caravelle, like today’s featured Camper, was converted from a panel van when it was new. It has had only 2 owners since new and is in great condition. It isn’t cheap by any stretch at $31,500 and has been for sale for sometime we think. But it is really neat in Dove Grey and the interior looks amazing well-preserved. Read More
This is a black-plate California Double-door Camper without any of those annoying windows to clean. If you watch any auction on TV you will undoubtedly see a 23-window vintage bus sail across the line selling for $80,000 or more. And that won’t even be a camper model. This one has so few windows it must be dramatically cheaper. But wait, it has a full kitchen and beds inside. Game on! Read More
If you want entrance to Scottyland to experience Scotty Time you need to own a Serro Scotty Camper Trailer. An Airstream just won’t do. With a vision of creating an affordable family camper, Mr. John Serro, Irwin PA, founded the legendary Serro Scotty Company in 1957. The campers were manufactured by the Serro family until 1997. Beginning as a teardrop camper, Scotty trailers grew to include the 13’ and 15’ Sportsman and HiLander which became the backbones of the Scotty line-up. Read More
How is that for a mouthful? So you were thinking about getting something vintage to take to the track on those weekends where camping makes more sense than a motel. We hear it’s loads of fun at night particularly at tracks like our local Lime Rock Park racetrack. Read More
The folks selling this Camper are just perfect VW Camper people. If they were older, they would surely have gone to Woodstock. Maybe they go to Coachella every year? Who knows. We actually had to edit one of the pictures since this is a “G” rated website. The sellers feel it necessary to have attractive female body parts in almost every picture to help capture our attention. But since we are car guys, original air cleaners and shift knobs will do.