T25 Camper Vans

The type 25 is a great first camper which drives well, is pretty reliable given its age, and is a versatile vehicle. The strong chassis rarely has serious rust problems. Launched in 1979, the design is boxier and more angular than previous editions of the VW camper like the Bay and the splitscreen, and it’s a more comfortable model. Check out the weekender and basic versions. You should find a good range of these vans on offer.

Here is a great selection of the latest VW T25 camper vans being sold on eBay:

Volkswagen VW T3 T25 Caravelle Campervan Volkswagen VW T3 T25 Caravelle Campervan
£4,500.00
Time Remaining: 23d 13h 9m
VW T25 Campervan VW T25 Campervan "Kestrel" built by West Country, Exeter.
£3,995.00
Time Remaining: 4d 3h 35m
VW T25 Panel Van / Caravelle / Camper Van - Wiper Arm VW T25 Panel Van / Caravelle / Camper Van - Wiper Arm
£4.00
Time Remaining: 27d 11h 36m
VW t25 t3 westfalia multivan camper - very rare made for factory employees only VW t25 t3 westfalia multivan camper - very rare made for factory employees only
£4,500.00
Time Remaining: 20d 17h 47m
VW T25 Hi-Top LOW MILAGE, great engine, for use or restore VW T25 Hi-Top LOW MILAGE, great engine, for use or restore
£2,300.00
Time Remaining: 6d 15h 45m
Buy It Now for only: £2,300.00
Volkswagen T25 Westfalia Volkswagen T25 Westfalia
£5,500.00
Time Remaining: 8d 16h 16m
VW Campervan T25 1.9DG VW Campervan T25 1.9DG
£3,900.00
Time Remaining: 22d 7h 55m
VW T25 scruffy Westfalia hightop. No interior but still has roof bed VW T25 scruffy Westfalia hightop. No interior but still has roof bed
£2,650.00
Time Remaining: 13d 13h 6m
 VW T25 1.9 WATERCOOLED CARAVELLE CAMPERVAN (DAISY) 1988 (E REG) -RHD VW T25 1.9 WATERCOOLED CARAVELLE CAMPERVAN (DAISY) 1988 (E REG) -RHD
£1,000.00
Time Remaining: 4d 9h 14m
Volkswagen Transporter T25 Camper 1.9 Petrol Campervan/Camper Volkswagen Transporter T25 Camper 1.9 Petrol Campervan/Camper
£7,995.00
Time Remaining: 18d 6h 40m

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Buying a T25 Camper Van on EBay

  • Do your research before you bid. That means reading the description of the individual vehicle carefully, and checking out the seller feedback. Is the van second-hand or brand new? What sort of upkeep and repairs are going to be needed?
  • Don’t bid without seeing the vehicle for yourself and doing a test drive
  • Get the seller to clarify if you are uncertain about anything: don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions!
  • Finally, check out what the delivery arrangements would be – is the seller expecting you to collect? (This is usually the case.)