Make that #3!!
Despite the VW T3/T25 Vanagon CamperGL & other Westfalia Full Campers being relatively low production, low survivorship at this juncture, & having become highly collectable with prices rising over the past 2 decades - only slowing & flattening out a bit during the 2008-10 “Great Recession” - but Hagerty continues to ignore them in both their pricing guides & insurance programs.
Kyle - are you saying that Hagerty does now cover them?
Your reply to Mike is very unclear.
Hagerty does so in favor of older Splitty & Bay Window Buses of all types - of which there are probably 2-5x more out there - than the 80-92 Westy Full Camper Vanagons! Why ignore the next gen of T3 VW Bus (T25 in the UK), most of which are now past the 25 year Classic Car milestone, with the last of them from 1992 MY reaching it last year 2017.
It’s time to step up Hagerty, & start tracking their values in your pricing guide, & to insure them for those who want your coverage. GoWesty.com has tracked sales of some of the best condition restored Westfalias at their website, as I’ve previously advised Hagerty.
However, for anyone wanting to use their Westy camper for more than just on display at a car show - you should be aware that Hagerty insurance limits the vehicle’s usage under their policies, & there may be other regular &/or classic car insurance options out there which better suit your needs.
1988 Vanagon CamperGL Westfalia Full Camper, orig. owners, 2012-13 resto
PS - Ooops! I forgot to post a pic of our Westy, with the new to us 1970 Eriba Puck:
And like Charlotte, we also camp in our “Big Girl” & go to Vintage Trailer Rallies, which is where the Puck comes in - first trip with it this weekend.