Originally fitted with four different kinds of engine - both air and water cooled, care is needed when selecting engine parts.
The CT engine is an aircooled flat four derivative of the waterboxer engine. It was only used in Type 25s.
The Type 4 engine is a larger displacement aircooled flat four engine. It was used in Type 25s, as well as several other VW and Porsche vehicles.
The waterboxer engine is a watercooled derivative of the aircooled flat four Beetle engine. It was only used in Type 25s.
The diesel engine is an watercooled inline four cylinder engine. It is similar to the diesel motor found in Golfs of the same era. No turbo diesel was offered by the factory.
We can also supply the complete range of tuning and customising Type 25 parts, simply browse the sections above for the VW Type 25 Parts you require.
Our list of Type 25 Camper parts is not exhaustive and if you can’t find the VW Camper Van parts 1980-91 you need we will always try to source any parts that you need. Don’t hesitate to contact us our knowledgeable and friendly staff are always happy to help.
First produced in Hannover during May 1979 the TYPE 25 (or T3 as it’s known in the rest of the world) was Volkswagens replacement for the Bay Window Type 2 van. Available in several variants including the Transporter, Caravelle, Vanagon, Doka, Pritche and Multivan the TYPE 25 was to prove a very versatile vehicle.