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This is a 1966 VW Microbus that has been converted into an electric vehicle by Zelectric.

Currently, it’s available as a fundraiser on Omaze, meaning, there’s going to be someone who gets to win this bus along with twenty thousand dollars in cash for a road trip.

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1966 Zelectric VW Microbus EV Conversion

Electric VW Bus Conversion on Omaze 001

Images via Omaze

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This is a 1999 Winnebago Volkswagen Eurovan Camper in Phoenix, Arizona for $24,500 USD, according to the listing on Van Life Trader. The website also features several other interesting van conversions and unique motorhomes that are for sale.

So take a look below and let us know your thoughts about it in the comments. Do you like this van? Is it a good deal? The odometer readers 182,500 miles but it has a VR6 2.8L engine that was rebuilt at 157,225 miles. It features gray cloth seats, sleeps up to four people, and fits in a regular size garage. What do you think? Have you ever wanted one of these? They’re pretty sweet!

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Volkswagen EuroVan Camper Conversion by Winnebago… Sleeps Four And Fits In A Garage

Volkswagen EuroVan Camper Conversion by Winnebago Sleeps Four Fits in Garage via Van Life Trader 001

Images via Van Life Trader

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Did you know that the VW Microbus is scheduled to come back to the United States? According to VW.com, “It’s official: The VW Bus is back, and it’s electric.” It’s called the ID Buzz and it’s fully electric.

Driven by popular demand, Volkswagen announced today it is planning on selling a production version of the award-winning I.D. Buzz concept electric vehicle in 2022 for the United States, Europe and China.1

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VW Bus coming back to the United States by 2022

VW Microbus is officially coming back to the United States - Image © VW.com

Image © VW.com

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This is Rens Pels’ 1959 Volkswagen Ghia with Chuki Teardrop Camper.

It’s beautiful, classy, and vintage…

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1959 Ghia with Matching Chuki Teardrop Camper

Rens Pels '59 Volkswagen Ghia with Chuki Teardrop Camper via Rens Pels

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This is a 1967 VW Microbus renovated by Zenbox Design.

Before the renovation, the VW Bus was in pretty bad shape.

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1967 VW Micro Bus Restored and Renovated into Beautiful Campervan

1967 VW Microbus Renovated by Zenbox Design

Images © Zenbox Design

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This is freundship. It’s a German couple’s Volkswagen cargo van conversion with a really cool tailgate loveseat that flips down and hides away when you’re not using it.

I think it’s pretty genius! It seems like it would give you that feeling of being in your porch except with this porch, you can change your location whenever you want to!

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Couple’s Van Conversion with a Flip Down Tailgate Loveseat

Couples Van Life with a Flip Down Tailgate Loveseat 001

Images © freundship

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This is the DoubleBack VW Transporter Campervan.

When on the road, the pod stays tucked up inside the back of the vehicle. Once the driver stops and decides they’d like to settle down someplace, however, it electrically extends out of the rear in under 45 seconds, adding approximately two meters (6.5 feet) of useable interior space.1

‘DoubleBack’ VW Transporter CamperVan Conversion Extends 6.5ft!

DoubleBack VW Transporter Van Camper 001

Images © DoubleBack

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This is the story of Brett Belan’s DIY Solar-Powered VW EV Bus. He bought an old VW bus and turned it into his very own solar-powered electric vehicle (this is a link to ANOTHER story). Can you imagine having your own electric vehicle that you can charge using the sun wherever you may be? One that… You built/converted into electric yourself? Yup, that’s what Brett did.

Brett Belan and his wife Kira have built a full electric solar powered volkswagen bus and converted it into a camper 1

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He Turned an Old VW Bus into a Solar-Powered, Self-Charging Electric Vehicle! WOW…

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This is the story of Tony and Margo. They are retired grandparents who ditched the traditional life of a house with a mortgage and switched to a more mobile and adventurous lifestyle.

They now enjoy living in their 1987 Catalina 36 sailboat along with a 1982 VW Westfalia van that they call their Baja Buggy. The couple has been living on their sailboat for over 20 years now.

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Retired Couple Living Aboard Catalina 36 Sailboat for 20+ Years

Grandparents Ditch Traditional Life for Sailboat and VW Van Life 001

Images via FLORB/YouTube

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