VW Camper Happy Birthday

From Corgi, 1:43,VW Camper Happy Birthday, CC02734

Volkswagen Type 2 1500 SP Devon Caravette.

Volkswagen Type 2 1500 SP Devon Caravette. Pearl White and Velvet Green, From Corgi (Vanguards series) VA14500

VW Type 2 1500 Camper ‘Rat-Look’

VW Type 2 1500 Camper ‘Rat-Look’, Mango Green & Seagull Grey, Corgi 1:43, vanguard series o. VA14501n

Volkswagen Campervan – Peace Love and Music

Corgi , scale 1:43,CC02730, Volkswagen Campervan – Peace Love and Music

VW Camper Happy Anniversary

VW Camper Happy Anniversary, Corgi 1:43, CC02735

Just married! VW T1

Cc02736, Corgi 1:43, Just Married VW t1

Volkswagen Campervan – Peace Love and Wishes

From Corgi , the VW T1 campervan, CC02731 scale 1:43

VW Camper Congratulations

Corgi 1:43,VW Camper Congratulations no. CC02736

Volkswagen freedom and peace

VW T1, Camper van Love peace and freedom, CC02738 from Corgi 1:43

# Volkswagen #Coca cola

New expected from Corgi, scale 1:43 at the end of 2019 (Q4).

CC02732 VW CAMPER EARLY 1960s COCA COLA
CC02733 VW CAMPER LATE 1960s COCA COLA

Volkswagen Type 2 Camper, Sea Blue and Cumulus White

The Type 2 modelled was originally registered in Arizona, USA, and owned for many years by mechanic and Bonneville record holder Steve Hobbs. After a prolonged period in dry storage it was recommissioned by VW Type 2 specialist Douglas Denlinger, of Transporter Restorations, Arizona, who found it to be amazingly original, very solid and totally undamaged; although it was later resprayed in the USA. It was imported into the UK in 2005 by enthusiast Will McLaughlin who nicknamed it ‘Sandy’ because it was still full of Arizona sand, and fitted the camper interior. Current owner, West Midlands-based Steve Smith, bought it in 2011 and is an active member of the Split Screen Van Club. The history of the VW Type 2 starts with Dutch dealer Ben Pons, the first agent outside of Germany to sell VWs, who in 1947 drew sketch of a Lieferwagen (light delivery van) that he saw a market for in Holland. VW’s engineers worked on the concept and displayed the first vans in 1949. Great attention was given to the aerodynamics because of the engine’s low power and, using the wind tunnel at the technical University in Braunschweig, engineers lowered the original prototype’s drag coefficient of 0.75 to 0.48 by introducing the V-shaped front. Production commenced in 1950 and other variants such as pick-ups, campers and buses were soon available. The ‘split-window’ was produced until 1967, by which time 1,477,330 had been made.

Limited edition from the Corgi Vanguards serie in scale 1:43. Only 1,500 made worldwide.

#Vw T1, an old one over 25 years…

Found today, an old one, released over 25 years ago as a special model from Corgi (manufacturers of Diecast models)

clubmodel from Corgi scale 1:43
clubmodel from Corgi scale 1:43

The scale 1:43, made in a limited edition.