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VW Bus Inspired Pillow Cushion Blue Bus on Grey with Blue and Yellow Plaid

VW Bus Inspired Accent Pillow Cushion Blue Bus on Grey with Blue and Yellow Plaid Includes Pillow Insert

Patriotic (Red, White and Blue) VW Bus Pillow/Cushion. $25.00, via Etsy.

Patriotic (Red, White and Blue) Hippie Cushion Accent Pillow Cushion Includes 12"x12" Pillow Insert

Patriotic (Red, White and Blue) Hippie Cushion Accent Pillow Cushion Includes Pillow Insert

Nostalgic and cute VW camper van applique on pillow cushion

Nostalgic and cute VW camper van applique on pillow cushion

Patchwork Black & White appliqued Campervan by ScatterDesigns

Patchwork Black & White appliqued Campervan cushion

This lovely camper cushion is handmade in the UK and made from a selection of different fabrics. Each piece is individually sewn on to the cushion

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/155741182/red-and-grey-vw-bus-inspired

VW Bus Inspired Red and Grey Hippie Accent Pillow Cushion Includes 12"x12" Pillow Insert

VW Bus Inspired Red and Grey Hippie Accent Pillow Cushion Includes Pillow Insert

or make it a slug bug

A beautifully handmade cushion with red gingham campervan design.

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Patchwork appliqued Beetle cushion by ScatterDesigns on Etsy

Patchwork appliqued Beetle cushion

Patchwork Style VW Beetle cushion This lovely cushion is made using carefully selected fabrics Each one compliments the other perfect for that retro

Beach Huts Cushion Cover Nautical Cushion Seaside  by FullColour, £23.69

Quality Stunning Handmade Applique`♥Beach Huts♥ inspired Cushion cover Oh I do like to be beside the seaside.

Volkswagen known officially as a Microbus Type 2. This version was manufactured with the highest trim level available. Starting as a standard microbus with additions that include trim strips along the belt line and a dash clock. They were marketed for touring the Alps, as they had small skylight windows embedded into the vehicle roof to add viewing windows. These buses began production in 1951 and were all fitted with a large sunroof as standard. Sometimes termed affectionately as a 'Samba…

a beautifully restored Samba bus; the original Samba had one extra window on the side (in the back above the engine compartment) and small windows in the roof along the gutters.

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