|Neil came to the club meet in his freshly |
painted '97 Golf. Last time I saw this vehicle
it was all black, since then Neil has created
a bright orange fleck design paint scheme,
which I have to say looks awesome.
|The new paint design really looks good with|
the matching bright orange wheels.
|Phil and his son Nathan came along as usual|
in 'Buzz Box' their sweet looking red and white
|Karl came along in his gorgeous green '63|
beetle. This really is a very pretty bug, and the
contrast of the yellow spot light works so well.
|Those all red US spec tail light lenses set the|
rear end off a treat. This beetle has a lovely
stance on the Empi 5 spoke wheels.
|Looking across Karl's bonnet at some of the|
bugs that attended the HOD club meet.
| I think this baby blue '69 bug belonged to a|
member of the MK Dubbers VW Club.
The roof rack, whitewall tyres and nerf bars
make this bug really stand out.
|Another vehicle that I think was from the MK|
Dubbers was this lovely looking rag top bug.
With the recent hot spell we have recently I
bet the owner was pleased to have a
|Zoe, the 'boss' of The House of Dub came in|
'Donkey' her '67 beetle.
|Such a nice looking beetle that gets better|
|Tony was there in what must be one of the|
cleanest T25's around. This vehicle is
always immaculate and the yellow twin
headlights really make Tony's ride stand
out in the crowd.
|Rear end of Tony's T25, look how clean those|
spoked wheels are...
|Darren and Leonie arrived in their lovely silver|
T5. I peeked a look inside and was instantly
jealous. I didn't get a photo but trust me it
was finished better than most of the hotel
rooms I have stayed in.
|Such a nice looking bus. I could really have|
a T5, but I couldn't bring myself to sell my bay
so unless I win the lottery I'll just have to
|Stuart followed me over for the 20 mile round|
trip, and was giving his turbo a small blast
every so often.
|Easily recognisable by the red oxide paint |
and the almost infamous painted chequered
front on Stuarts '71 bay.
|Amanda and Simon arrived in Amanda's silver|
Golf, sorry guy's I didn't get a photo of the car!
|I don't know who this MK1 Golf belonged to,|
but it was very low with a nice set of wheels.
|Lowered to the max, and a nice set of wheels|
just how a MK1 should look.
|Mark turned up in 'Maple' his '72 crossover |
bay. I could spend hours (and often have)
looking at all the stickers and accessories
Mark has on his bay.
|Even more accessories inside, with not one|
but 2 roof racks with yet more period
|Simone came along in 'Bea' her very clean |
and solid looking '72 beetle.
|It's official, 'Bea' is now a fully fledged member|
of The House of Dub with her new sticker.
|Zoe searching through the masses of HOD|
stickers that she brought along to promote the
club while Simone looks on.
|Simon came along in his lovely green '97 Golf.|
|Not sure who owned this T4, but it was good|
to see it at the club meet.
|Alden popped over in his bright red '70 bay|
|Another cool looking bay with pop top, side|
step and lovely sun visor.. I so want one of
|I think this very low Golf belongs to a guy |
|Really nice looking car that sits just right.|
|Michelle from The Dunstable Dubbers VW |
Club came over in her very distinctive T4.
|This is one of those vehicles you recognise|
|A random photo to show the diversity of |
vehicles at the club meet.
|Another random photo showing how busy the|
car pack was.
|Water-cooled and air-cooled VW's, Karl's |
green bug alongside a clean MK1 Golf.
|Steve arrived a bit later in the evening in his|
'60 bug. Although it has the 'A' registration
plate, denoting a '63, it has the older style
fuel gauge and semaphore indicators,
apparently this was the oldest plate the
DVLA could issue him.
|This really is one of my favourites. The colour,|
the stance and the general RAT look all tick
|Lovely looking rear end on Steve's bug.|
|This '72 late bay arrived, unfortunately I did|
catch the owners name or much information
about this sweet looking bus.