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1971 Westfalia VW Dream Camper





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VW Split Screen Camper Van
Volkswagen 1952 Panel Van with Westfalia Camping Box interior and 1967 T2 Split Screen Westfalia. Please check out our other VW videos: My Van - Episode 1 http://youtu.be/OJBOv9bH_CQ My Van - Episode 2 http://youtu.be/E2zZtwkjxO4 My Van- Episode 3 http://youtu.be/AmfBeZqvBBs Dub Aid http://youtu.be/SLpcTrxRDMU Music by Kind Permission of Kevin MacLeod





Westfalia campervan as minimal nomadic home in Santa Barbara
Last year Sam Jacquette was paying over $1100 a month in rent and working a job he didn’t enjoy to pay the bills. For his New Year’s resolution he vowed to stop doing things he didn’t enjoy so he quit his job (and found a new one with Airstream restorers HofArc), gave up his apartment and moved into his Westfalia campervan full time. “The beauty of living in Santa Barbara out of your vehicle is that for 90 dollars a year you get a pass. It’s a waterfront pass, basically it’s my beach condo,” explains Jacquette. His 1985 VW Westfalia (“Westy”) comes loaded with a two-burner propane stove, on-board water and sink, a refrigerator (which he’s replacing with a 12V fridge), 2 beds and tons of storage (including a mini-closet). For bathroom and showers he uses the gym. At night Jacquette pulls into the driveway of some good family friends and pops the top of his portable home. He sometimes shares the space with his girlfriend (he has found storage space for her pilates gear). He hopes one day to upgrade to an Airstream, but for now he’s happy with minimal mobile home. Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/westfalia-campervan-as-minimal-nomadic -home-in-santa-barbara/




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