Both meetings were fully loaded with events and happenings and that drew a great variety of visitors and vehicles from all over Europe. Here is a combined report of both Dutch meetings.
The VWBCN is a club for owners and fans of the VW T1-T2-T3(T25)T4-T5-T6 as well as LT1-LT2 and Crafter buses/vans. It doesn’t matter, air-cooled or water-cooled, rusty or restored, camper or commercially used, syncro or slammed, everyone can join the VWBCN as long as it is with a VW bus. The club started with a just a few but has grown over the years to approx. 1700 members. Its aim is to bring VW bus owners together an supply them with information and advice in a relaxing atmosphere.
Air-cooled or water-cooled, rusty or restored, camper or commercially used, syncro or slammed, everyone can join the VWBCN as long as it is with a VW bus
The VWBCN started in 1994 and that means that this year they celebrated their 25th anniversary. They celebrated this by organising an international spring-meeting in Vessem in the south of Holland and an autumn meeting in Zeewolde, which is actually the reclaimed land in the centre of the Netherlands.
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