Bay Window Campers

Known as the second generation of camper vans, the first T2 Bay Window was introduced in 1967.

It was built in Germany until 1979. Although the T2 lost its distinctive split front windshield, it was larger and became very popular as a family-touring vehicle, or “Hippie Wagon”.

During this period VW licensed another German firm, Westfalia, to produce a camper conversion, they called them Camping Boxes, In essence a permently installed kitchen unit behind the front bench seat and with a rear bench seat that converted into a sleeping platform. This is reflected in what you see in our camper vans today, although some have a modern twist!

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