Camper vans have a habit of getting under your skin. Old vans in particular have a certain character and have a knack of creating an emotional physical – even spiritual – connection to those to own, drive and live in them.
The latest online edition of Influx Magazine caught my eye recently and celebrates van life. In a series of articles it reviews the attractions of van life: the freedom to explore, the driving style and the way of life.
There’s a feature on a gorgeous 1968 Dodge A-108 custom camper that’s been oozing that Americana vibe in sleepy North Devon since the early 1990s.
You’ll also find a celebration of the iconic VW Transporter from its humble beginnings in 1950s Germany right up to its latest incarnation, the modern T6, in 2015.
I think you’ll enjoy it. Go on, go for a spin.
(All images sourced from Influx Magazine).