What we have here is a wonderful action shot of a nicely restored T2. This van is obviously running (for now), and is most likely on its way to a garage or junkyard of some sort.
It’s pictures like this that remind you why summer is so nice, and winters in New York State – though not as bad as other places – can be pretty miserable. This red and white igloo of a van was spotted right after the initial ‘blizzard’ in New York, and looks quite scenic covered in some winter fluff. But does it run?
Just a few years too late that is. This van was spotted going to upstate New York on the Thruway. You’re late dude!
As you can tell, a lot of the Volkswagens we run across are stuck in front of garages. A telling indicator of their reliability? A public showing of their owner’s undying love? A desperate last attempt at resuscitation before they are sent to the jaws of the crusher? Either way, it’s another T2 Volkswagen, gutted and rusty, awaiting its fate. Enjoy!
People travel out to Montauk at Long Island’s east end to relax and renew. These people must of decided to stay for the rest of their lives, otherwise they would of brought cars that could of actually made the trip back. These two vans are well on their way to becoming one with earth again as they oxidize back into the ground.
Just like that kid that no one wants to be next to for fear of catching whatever disease wrought its ugly ailments on their skin, this van had NO cars parked within a two block radius of it. This camper was obviously well used, and owned by some kool skaters (as evidenced by the 411 video magazine stickers, remember that?) If you ignore the property-value killer skin problems and lack of front vent, it was actually in pretty good shape – suprisingly!
This van looks like it was colored with leftover blue from an old watercolor set. The color was terrible. However, it was a nice surprise to find a (probably dead) Citroen SM Automatique dumped in this mini-graveyard as well. This van didn’t really have anything special going on, but the tinted windows and curtains probably made it an exciting place to hang out.