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About 365 Campers

our mission
At 365 campers, it’s all year round fun, our family friendly business has a growing fleet of the most interesting sisters of Vintage & Modern VW campervans. 365 Campers plan for you to have a fantastic chilled out adventure, so we ensure our campers are maintained to the highest of standards, we love all our girls, and this will be obvious when you come to collect and start your VW Camper dream holiday.
The idea of heading off to one of our most beautiful parts of the UK in any of the sisters has to be enough to get you excited, whether it’s the coast or countryside, its all out there to be explored, but if its Europe you fancy with longer range and captain style driving positions, the younger T6 campers will lead the way, unlike many other suppliers, we allow European travel, and drivers from 21 – 70
365 Campers are also very flexible, you can enjoy your camper van holiday:
over a 3 night weekend
Friday to Monday,
 a midweek escape
Monday to Friday,
a full week rental
Friday to Friday /or Monday to Friday
All the girls love a festival, so we can discuss festival packages to suite your needs (week hires minimal)

What Clients Say

Edward Douglas

The only place to rent a Campervan. We rent once twice per year and I wouldn’t rent from anyone else from now. Thank you, guys.

Edward Douglas

James Lacy

This is the best way to see the UK country side, A huge thanks to 365 Campers and the amazing team.

James Lacy

Mendy Vert

Thanks for everything, first time with a Campervan and everything went smooth, pickup and travelling to Devon went perfect. Thanks.

Mendy Vert


Why Volkswagen

Our Girls History

The Volkswagen Transporter, based on the Volkswagen Group‘s T platform, now in its sixth generation, refers to a series of vans produced over 60 years and marketed worldwide.

The T series is now considered an official Volkswagen Group automotive platform. and generations are sequentially named T1, T2, T3, T4, T5 and T6. Pre-dating the T platform designations, the first three generations were named Type 2, indicating their relative position to the Type 1, or Beetle. As part of the T platform, the first three generations are retroactively named T1, T2 and T3.

The Transporter is the best-selling van in history with over 12 million units sold worldwide, and it comprises a gamut of variants including vansminivansminibusespick-upscampervans.

Second generation (1967–1979)

The Volkswagen T2 platform was marketed from 1967 through 1979 model years, with a Volkswagen Type 4 engine optionally available from 1972 on.

In late 1967, the second generation of the Volkswagen Type 2 (T2) was introduced. It was built in Germany until 1979. In Mexico, the Volkswagen Kombi and Panel were produced from 1970 to 1994. Models before 1971 are often called the T2a (or “Early Bay”), while models after 1972 are called the T2b (or “Late Bay”).

Second generation (Brazilian) (1991- 2013)

The T2c, with a roof raised by about 10 cm (3.9 in) was built starting in the early 1990s for the Mexican, South American and Central American markets. Since 1991, the T2c has been built in México with the water-cooled 1.8 L inline four-cylinder 53 kW (72 PS; 71 bhp) carbureted engine—easily identified by the large, black front-mounted radiator—and since 1995 with the 1.6 L air-cooled engines for the Brazilian market. Stricter emissions regulations introduced by the Brazilian government for 2006 forced a shift to a flexible-fuel water-cooled engine able to run on petrol or alcohol. Borrowed from the Volkswagen Gol, the engine is a rear-mounted EA-111 1.4 L 8v Total Flex 1,390 cc (84.8 cu in), 58 kW (79 PS; 78 bhp) on petrol, and 60 kW (82 PS; 80 bhp) when run on ethanol, and 124 N⋅m (91 lbf⋅ft) torque. This version was very successful, despite the minor changes made to the overall T2-bodied vehicle. It still included the four-speed transmission, but a new final-drive ratio enabled cruising at 120 km/h (75 mph) at 4,100 rpm. Top speed was 130 km/h (81 mph). 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) acceleration took 22.7 seconds (vs. 29.5 seconds for the last air-cooled version). Other improvements included 6.6% better fuel economy, and nearly 2 dB less engine noise.

Third generation (1979–1992)

The Volkswagen Type 2 (T3), also known as the T25, or Vanagon in the United States, was one of the last new Volkswagen platforms to use an air-cooled engine. The Volkswagen air-cooled engine was succeeded by a water-cooled boxer engine (still rear-mounted) in 1983. Compared to its predecessor the T2, the T3 was larger and heavier, with square corners replacing the rounded edges of the older models. The T3 is sometimes called “the wedge” by enthusiasts to differentiate it from earlier Kombis.

Sixth generation (2015–present)

The new T6 launched with the old Euro 5 non-AdBlue power-plants, but is offered with a Euro 6 diesel engine with 204bhp and AdBlue. Three further Euro 6 Adblue diesel power-plants with 84ps, 102ps and 150ps are also offered.

There is some debate in the community over whether the T6 is a new model, or simply a face-lift of the T5. There are obvious external changes to the nose and tailgate, while internally there is a new dash in 2 versions. Volkswagen claims refinement to ride, handling and noise levels.

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