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RealRides of WNY - 1988 Vanagon

In typical Volkswagen cheek, the 1988 VW Vanagon/Camper GLwas advertised as “A large living room on wheels.”And it had “Plenty of space, but hardly any room for improvement.”This example, seen over the summer at a weekly Cruising on the Qcruise night on Queen Street in Niagara Falls, Ontario, could likely be one of the cleanest still in existence in North America. “A

RealRides of WNY - 1993 Eurovan

This 1993 VW Eurovan MV Westfaliawas probably sent across the pond by the German manufacturer hoping to relive the VW bus salad days of the 1960s-70s (on the brochure cover was a photo of the original Type 2 van). Although a solid, somewhat handsome vehicle, the Eurovan never achieved the quirkiness of the old VW bus, nor the following of (by now) aged hippies and their families. Nevertheless, her

RealRides of WNY (on the road) - Volkswagen Vanagon

Spent the week between this past Christmas and New Year’s Day driving cross-country from Seattle to Buffalo with my daughter Katie. I knew we’d probably see very few RealRideson the road at that time of year, but there were a few. Like this vintage Volkswagen Vanagon Westfaliacamper which we came across, ironically, in the parking lot of a Motel 6 in Missoula, Montanaon our first night

RealRides of WNY - 1970 VW Camper

(Day 3 of ImportWeek)You might be able to tell from the older Grand Prix and Camaro in the background that this 1970 VW camper was photographed outside of a car show (the outside area being where a lot of interesting old cars often lurk). These three vehicles were parked in the street during the GMC/Pontiac show held this past summer at West-Herr’s East Aurora dealership. And I must say, thi