As mentioned elsewhere, we have found a T2 with Swagman camper conversion, 1974 1800 auto. What initially attracted me to this van was the auto transmission - my 23 year old daughter Louise wants to do an east coast road trip, and while I am sure she could handle a manual, the auto makes things so much simpler for her. Looked good on our first check, the seller Tony seemed like an honest, straightforward bloke. I wanted to get my regular mechanic to check it out, so a week went by. Went back for a second look with Louise, we were both in love with the van, and even before buying gave it the name "Sam" after Tony's Cocker Spaniels. My mechanic picked it up yesterday without me knowing, called me to day to come and have a look. Unusually, he was pretty pleased with the condition of Sam. On the hoist for a check over... My knowledge of Kombis is slight, I was pleased it had a disc brake front end. Rust is minimal, and surface only. Interior needs a lot of love, but is pretty good and mostly intact. Got Willow the Cocker in for her opinion of Sam She gave Sam a pass!