The network showed a camper based on the Volkswagen BeetleMarch 8, 2020
This project was developed in the 70s of the last century by a company from California.
The legendary Volkswagen Beetle more than once fell into the hands of masters from a tuning studio. However, of all the projects, one clearly stands apart – we are talking about the camper Volkswagen Super Bugger, developed by specialists from California in the late 1970s. The results of the work are preserved in the photographs. The car turned into a fully tourist camper, retaining only the front part from the production version.
Now they decided to restore the car to its original state and equip it with some useful additions. In particular, the car received wipers – the current regulation prohibits cars from driving on public roads without this element. The interior of the car was preserved quite well – the steering wheel and dashboard were not restored.
Inside the camper is very spacious and comfortable – there was a place for a sofa, wardrobe, sink, chair. Standing alone is the availability of a complete stove for cooking.
We also note the possibility of the sofa transforming into a double bed. The power plant switched from the production version of the Volkswagen Beetle – it became a 1.6-liter engine with a return of 60 hp, working in tandem with 4MKPP. Despite the low power, the car confidently copes with roads of varying complexity.
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