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|This ultra cool looking Karmann Ghia looked|
fantastic with its super low stance and the really
narrow front beam.
|This 1960's KG looked great with its unique mix|
of patina and faded paint.
|This 1959 split screen single cab was another|
vehicle up for sale. It comes from Los Angeles
in the sunny state of California. It looked to be
really solid and the owner was asking £15.000
|This cool looking faded double cab early bay|
pick up was another vehicle from Los Angeles
and was also up for sale. This DC has a recon
1600 twin port motor 5000 miles ago.
|It is very reliable and being from California it is |
almost rust free. It was equipped with the North
American export equipment including vent wings
in drivers compartment. This lovely bus was for
sale for £12,000 ($16,000 approx)
|This slammed ratty early bay caught my eye. I|
did like the overall RAT look of this bus. The rusty
twin roof racks and the ladder looked cool as did
the low ride height and the narrowed front beam.
|If you like to see a slammed bay window bus,|
then you'll love the next few photos. I don't know
much about this bus but just looking at it, tells me
everything I need to know.
|This trio of slammed bays looked awesome.|
|A pair of blue bay window buses, One has been|
slammed on the ground with sign written sides
and a slightly RAT look, while the other is riding
at stock height and looking pretty much original.
|I did like the look of this stock looking bay. I do|
like stock height bays, maybe one day I'll get my
1969 microbus raised back to stock height.
|Whilst wandering around the huge grounds of|
Stanford Hall, I found myself in the club display
area, and I instantly recognised some buses.
|This ratty looking 1957 Australian school bus |
belongs to Graig. The school bus runs a 1600cc
engine with twin 40's and a SA box. This bus
completed a tour of Europe without missing a
|This stunning 1961 single cab belongs to Simon,|
and has a narrowed front beam with a disc brake
conversion on the front and type 3 rear drums.
Since taking these photos, Simon's bus has had
a makeover and you can see all the changes in
a few weeks time.
|7UP, was a favourite of mine as a kid.. and Simon|
has a secret stash under the bed of his pick up.
|Meet the 'Duke', a 1958 left hand drive ex-Swiss|
Army radio communication bus that belongs to
James. The Duke has a 1776cc engine with
electronic ignition, and Porsche 944 disc brakes
on all four corners.
|This is a 1965 walk through model split screen |
van that belongs to Robin. This 'Brumus Racing'
branded bus has an adjustable beam, drop
spindles, a beetle IRS and box and a 1600cc
twin port engine.
|This lovely 1973 Westfalia lived most of it's life|
in the hot climate of California. Oliver is the lucky
owner of this 2/0 litre powered motor, which has
a Porsche top end. The bus sits low thanks to an
air-ride suspension system.
|This stunning 1968 split screen belongs to Will|
and Mandy. This recently finished bus used to be
an 8 seater kombi back in Brazil. Since then
Will and Mandy have restored this bus into some-
thing quite unique...
|This lovely bus bus is now a hearse ! You could|
take your final ride in this gorgeous Volkswagen,
and go out in some serious style.
|This gorgeous 1967 sea blue and white split|
screen bus is Susie's daily driver and how she
keeps it that clean and shiny is beyond me!
|Susie's shiny hub cap provides a great reflection|
of Will's 1968 hearse.
|This stunning 1969 early bay belongs to the very|
lucky Mark. This really is an immaculate bus,
which runs a smooth 1646cc engine.
|This ultra low T25 belongs to Davyd, and is a|
twin slider model. The bus has a fully remote
Rayvern hydraulic suspension system fitted and
whopping 2.5 litre Subaru motor and gearbox.
|This lovely German import 1990 T25 Bluestar|
belongs to Martin. This stunning bus has a Subaru
motor, with air suspension and a few interior tweaks.
|The last of the WBC buses in this years line up|
was this 1971, unfortunately I couldn't find out
anything about this cool looking bus, which is a
shame, but I'm sure I'll run into it at another show
in the near future.
|The colour matched awning not only looked good|
but also provided some welcome shade from the
blazing sun. I like this photo with the blue WBC
banner, the blue bus with the blue awning and of
course the cloud free blue sky.