T25 Camper Interior
The T3, or as its most commonly known the T25 introduced in 1980 until 1990, was designed to bring a little bit of luxury to camping. Today, many panel vans are being shipped to the UK and the T25 is seeing a revival as the prices of the Bay and Split screen reach record levels. Starting as an Air cooled in the late 1970’s it became part of the water cooled gang in the early 1980’s.
You may be looking to modernise your existing T25 Camper interior, or converting a van or people carrier. The Kustom Interiors Volkswagen T25 Camper Interior can be designed around your needs, a full width rock and roll bed, or 3/4, even a custom width bed if required.
Classic 3/4 Camper Interiors
What’s included in our standard package:
- Hand built furniture in lacquered special grade MDF
- Real wood veneer worktop (oak or walnut) – other laminates are available at additional cost
- Spray finish in any single non-metallic colour (excluding black)
- Kitchen Unit including Smev combination hob and sink
- Microswitch tap with submersible pump and water container
- Compressor 39i Vitro Frigo Fridge with 5ltr freezer compartment
- Further side storage with engine bay rear level storage (Optional Rear Wardrobe also available at additional cost in place of rear level storage)
- Table set with Fiamma Leg, floor fitting and table fitment
- Matching front bed board
- Matching colour coded fridge front
- Gas Safe certificate provided by Gas Safe qualified engineer
- Template of your camper and Fitting
- Standard Overhead
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- Electric pack including 110amp Leisure Battery, 12v USB Chargers, Battery level monitor, 240v double socket
- 3/4 Rock and roll bed
- Upholstery for rock and roll bed and Buddy seats
- Insulation and sound-proofing
- Door cards and headlining
- Front seat re-upholstering service
- Front wardrobe or Buddy seat
- Portaloo box
- Buddy box between front seats
We have included just a few examples of VW T25 camper interiors, please email us for more details:
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