This clean T2 was spotted leaving the car show at the Bellmore train station, actually driving!
A nice sighting on Long Island – of course this van is in an Autozone parking lot…
Summer’s warm weather affords us the opportunity to finally get back outside and absorb the vitamin D producing gamma rays that we have been denied all winter. It also allows most Volkswagen owners to finally get their carburetors adjusted and working enough to move their lumbering hulks of hibernating machinery. This van was found by the shore beaches on Long Island, no doubt stretching its legs after a long, parked winter.
Pollution is a overwhelming concern for many people these days. Smog, waste, and products that will not biodegrade all come together to keep hippies up at night and environmentalists worrying. That’s a problem that Volkswagen has dealt with since day 1, equipping their vehicles with automatic recycling features! As you can see, this van has already started its natural process of biodegrading. In about a week, it will be totally gone. Some people might call this rust, VW calls it ‘forethought’.
This wonderful example of a blue pop-top camper was sighted in Port Jefferson, NY. Notice its sleepy-eyed look, no doubt caused by all of the “herbal therapy” performed inside this van.