4-Speed Dodge Camper Van: 1972 Xplorer 224

A lot of us grew up motorized camping, as in something other than a tent. We had a pickup camper but really could have used a bigger motorhome. Now, all I want or need for camping or traveling, in… more»

Special Delivery: 1962 Studebaker Zip Van

Being a former letter carrier myself, I have a special place in my heart for the truly bizarre–but loveable–methods of locomotion employed by the United States Postal Service. I was born some three decades after this was built, so… more»

Extensive Montana Collection of Cars and Trucks

Located outside of Great Falls, Montana lies a collection of 415 cars, trucks, farm implements, and even a bridge, all for sale. Some are stored indoors and probably run, but the rest are outdoors and may have been there… more»

Westfalia Camper Survivor: 1974 Volkswagen Vanagon

The Westfalia Camper was a conversion of the Volkswagen Type 2 (aka Vanagon) built in the back half of the 20th Century. Westfalia was the subcontractor that Volkswagen used for many of these transformations. This 1974 edition has an… more»

Camper Conversion: 1985 Ford F350

Were you thinking about getting an RV last year when everyone was staying at home only to find out they were out-of-stock or overpriced? Well, if your budget is low and you’ve still got the RV itch, why not… more»

Zombie Hunter? 1964 Chevrolet 4X4 V8 Van

OK, all of you “The Walking Dead” fans, here’s your chance to buy some zombie insurance. You never know, the next apocalypse could be right around the corner and you wouldn’t want to be caught unprepared. Just like this… more»

Jeeps, Cadillacs and More: 41 Cars and Trucks

Most car collectors tend to focus on a particular brand, period, or body type. But in the case of the Moizard couple out of Strathcona Country, Alberta, Canada, they have a little bit of everything here. This is a… more»

Six-Wheeled Shaggin’ Wagon: 1981 Dodge Custom Van

Come with me and step back into 1981. The ‘80s were just getting started, and some people were still comfortable back in 1979 when this third-generation Ram van was introduced. The good people at Chrysler ran with the philosophy… more»

1937 Ford Panel Fire Truck

There are very few vehicles that can bring out the joy in a five-year-old’s eyes like a fire truck. Could be the red paint, might be the siren –  maybe it’s just the idea of riding on the outside… more»

Dandy Delivery: 1963 Chevrolet Corvair 95 Corvan

In the early 1960s, buyers could choose one of several FC (forward-control) vans from US manufacturers for their business delivery needs. Sitting basically over the front wheels, it’s a pretty interesting configuration and probably not quite as safe as… more»

Butcher’s 1942 Ford Box Truck

The patina on this 1942 delivery truck is nearly perfect! While the “shop truck” trend has been popular for quite a while, they are usually pickups, so this box truck is certainly a unique opportunity for a build. It… more»

Midas Touch 4×4! 1977 GMC Vandura

For a single giant weathertight cabin, the full-sized van is hard to beat. Objects like 4×8 foot construction materials and even longer boards go right inside, and you can close and lock the doors to secure your cargo from… more»

Surf Rod? 1970 Volkswagen Type 2 Bus

This 1970 VW bus is all about “surfer dude” meets “hot rod dude.” Not only does the bus have a great patina look, but it also features a roof rack with a surfboard, lowered suspension, and some performance out… more»

Airport Coach: 1961 Pontiac Catalina Safari

Given the attrition that occurs over 60 years, you don’t see all that many 1961 cars these days. But you almost never see one that was converted into a coach to transport passengers to and from the airport. Such… more»

Forest Find: 1955 Volkswagen 23 Window Samba Bus

The rusted metal piled deep in these crates was once a 1955 Volkswagen Deluxe Microbus, also known as a Samba Bus or Sunroof Deluxe. The crates are located in Richmond, Virginia, and listed here on Hemmings for $34,500, or… more»

True Barn Find: 1958 Volkswagen Microbus

The Volkswagen Microbus, given the factory designation Type 2 because it was Volkswagen’s second model after the Type 1 Beetle, has a history almost as long and iconic as, well, the Volkswagen Microbus. It truly is a unique vehicle… more»