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    Default Bay Window Interiors

    I have a quick question which someone out there can easily answer.

    Did Westfalia make any late bay window pop-top vans with the same/similar camping interior as found on the Vanagons a few years later? (i.e., 3-way fridge, built-in stove, etc.)

    Thanks!

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    i had a 68 camper(not sure if westfalia)25 years ago.had pop top, fridge was 12/120 volt,not sure about propane.had propane stove too.missed it so i finally got a 85 westfalia in late august after i was hit on my motorcycle and have put over 5,000 miles on it so far.
    85 westy auto with tiico conversion

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    Yeah, I've since found out that Vanagons are wider, taller, longer and more heavy of course. I like the newer Westy interiors of these models, but would gladly switch to an older bay window with better mileage if it had the same stuff inside. Guess you can't have everything.

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