VW Type 2 Bay Wheels

Bus 1968-1979 Wheels and Hubcaps

VW Heritage offer a wide range of VW Bus wheels 1968-79 and wheel accessories for all van models. We stock standard O.E. Wheels, performance Volkswagen Camper Alloy Wheels as well as a range of wheel trims, hubcaps, clips and rivets. We not only sell our products online but our expert team provide free advice on compatibility, fitting and finish. Browse and buy the parts you need from our links below, or read on for further information about our VW Camper Van Wheels

Bay Window Camper O.E. Wheels

Our original steel VW Camper wheels the finish is better than most other “sunny climate “ chrome however we cannot guarantee this finish in the British weather.

VW Camper Wheels

Our Alloy Wheels are some of the most desirable aftermarket rims available and our selection includes BRM, Fuchs, EMPI 5, Sprintstar, Porsche, Enkei & ATS styles. We are also very pleased to offer ‘SSP’ alloys that have been designed exclusively for us. These are reconfigured to fit better and last longer and what’s more, you get a two year structural guarantee! VW Camper Van tyres In addition to getting great wheels, VW supply the best quality Cooper Cobra and Yokohama tyres, and our in-house fitting service means that you can receive your wheels tyred-up, fully balanced and ready to go!

VW Camper Van Wheel Accessories

Our range of wheel accessories offers about every size and type of wheel bolt and stud, including mag nuts and Thatcham-approved locking nuts/bolts. We also stock a huge selection of trims, beauty rings etc.

A Short History Of The VW Type 2 'Bay Window' (cont.)

Type 24 Micro Bus L

Essentially the same as Type 22, but with added M-codes (optional extras). The deluxe bus had the following options over the standard microbus; steel sliding sun roof (until 1974), dash mounted clock, vent windows in the doors, bump strips on the bumpers, jailbars on rear and side windows, a chrome set (including badges, window trims and a belt-line trim) and trim rings on the windows. Not all these extra’s appeared on all model years, but is more an overview of the extras fitted to the Deluxe through the years. In 1974, the Type 24 moniker was dropped, and the Deluxe became and M-coded variant of the Type 22.

Type 26 Pick-Up

Single Cab – One cargo door under the pick up bed, metal dropsides, spare tyre stored under the bench seat. The cab featured a single seat for the driver, then a 2 seater bench seat.

Twin Cab – Same configuration for the front of the cab, then a 3 seater bench in the rear section of the cab, spare tyre stored under the bench seat, single door to rear compartment on passenger side. Fibreboard side panels, and one heater outlet to rear of cab.

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