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|This lovely low 1973 white over blue late bay|
looked great parked up at the show. This really
was a lovely clean bus.
|This really was a lovely clean bus and the lack of|
front badge along with the two tone colour choice
gave the bus a real sleek look.
|The black BRM wheels were the perfect choice|
to compliment the overall look.
|This stunning 1967 beetle caught my eye with|
its lovely two tone green and cream paint job
and those standard wheels with the white wall
|I did like the look of this bug, the single bumper|
mounted yellow spot light and the chrome head
light peaks along with that retro roof rack made
this bug stand out.
|The bug had been lowered down to the bump|
stops and the all red tail light lenses looked
great against the green.
|Another stunning vehicle was this light blue 1969|
deluxe early bay. This bus looked pretty much
stock including the ride height which always suits
an early bay.
|Another 1967 beetle was this amazing bright|
red Karmann Cabriolet. The nose down stance
with those polished Porsche wheels looked great.
|You can see just how straight this old Karmann|
was from this photo. The narrowed front beam
tucks the front wheels under the arches just
|The Karmann Convertible is such a pretty car,|
that will never go out of fashion.
|This lovely clean cream and blue 1972 late bay|
was one of the many vehicles for sale at the show.
It had a standard 1600cc twin port engine with a
re trimmed interior.
|The bus had many new parts including: brakes,|
clutch, exhaust, fuel tank, tyres and so much
more. The bus was priced at £11,995 ono.
|This 1978 T25 single cab pick up is a Swedish|
import that has been restored. The enzian blue
paint looked great as did the truck in general.
|This lovely pick up had the type 4, 2.0 litre fuel|
injection engine and running on standard wheels.
This lovely looking pick up was up for sale for
the reasonable price of £8995 ($13000 approx)
|Team white at Dubfreeze.|
|This lovely cream and white 11 window split|
screen bus was slowly cruising towards the
exit and it looked great.
|It's time for a bit of colour after the above mono-|
chrome pictures and it doesn't get much brighter
than this pair of awesome late bays.
|This early RAT look split screen panel van just|
drove off before I could get some decent photos
of it, shame as I would have liked to have a decent
look at this van.
|This lovely light blue 1969 fastback caught my|
eye as it was so clean. I do like these type 3's
and although they were produced from 1961-
1973 there are very few of these around.
|You can see why these were called the fastback,|
the car looks as though its going 100 MPH even
when standing still.
|The really is a stunning example of the fastback.|
This was the TLE model which I believe had the
fuel injection engine with electronic ignition.
|A lovely black 1966 beetle and a lovely 1970|
earl bay parked up together.
|The '66 really was a lovely looking stock car, the|
old skool rear light mounted to the bumper was
a nice addition as was the cool roof rack.
|The '70 early bay looked to be an import, and a|
very clean one at that. The all red tail light lenses
and the roof rack helped to make this bay stand
|This cool 1966 white over blue 11 window split|
had a bit of a RAT look going on with it's faded
|The lowered stance with those lovely polished|
Radar wheels looked great together. This bus
had a few knocks and scrapes but that just added
to it's charm.
|Walking back to my bus after the show I spotted|
this cool looking 1989 T25 woody! The name of
the game is to be different and this lovely bus
was certainly that.
|I loved the wood effect on this bus, it reminded|
me of a 'Woody' hot rod.
|To be honest I don't know if this was a factory|
option, or whether the owner has added this to
his bus himself, but either way it was cool.
|This awesome bug was in the main show hall,|
but I missed it.. must have been because it was
so low!! Anyway thanks to my mate Joe for the
photos of this ultra cool Volksrod.
|The interior was sparse to say the least, but how|
cool does it look?