In the 70s the first Karmann motorhomes were based on the VW Type 2The first Karmann motorhomes were launched in 1974 based on the Volkswagen Type 2, and on the late ‘Bay Window’ chassis. The bodies were of a sandwich structure, the motorhomes had two beds, kitchen, shower, waste water tank, rear body supports, secondary battery, toilet, hot water heater and gas heating. Optional was luggage rack over the driver’s cab. Approximately 1,000 units were produced through 1979.  Wikipedia.

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