|Fellow Outcast member Matthew and I had|
arranged to meet at Stuart's House. Our '69
bays parked together in the winter sunshine
|Stuart left before Matt and myself as he|
needed some petrol en-route to the photo
shoot. Stuart was just pulling out of the
petrol staion as Matt and I drove past.
|Another beetle in a lovely colour.|
|A nice looking '69 / 70 beetle in a nice shade|
of blue, owned by Michael.
|Christian Peck brought his lovely patina'd|
split screen. I have to say having the safari
windows open in February, looks good but
as it only just got above freezing all day, he
must have been cold.
|Peter brought his immaculate '67 Karmann|
Ghia. This car is immaculate inside and out.
|There is something about the shape of the |
Karmann that is simply timeless.
|I think this lovely looking bay belongs to Ryan.|
This bay has been over to our club meet, and
it really is a nice looking bus.
|Ryan's '70 bay is a bit on the RAT side, but|
it doesn't matter it looks just right as it is.
|Ryan's lowered bay next to a pastel blue|
late bay riding at stock height.
|A very clean and tidy late bay of 1975 vintage.|
|Maxine owns this '72 beetle, and it was nice |
to see it at the photo shoot. This bug is a work
in progress, and starting to show signs of
|A lovely backdrop for the photo shoot. Some|
of the Wolfsburg Weed Huggers vehicle
enjoying a rare glimpse of the sun.
|My '69 import microbus, I really do need to|
think about getting a propex heater because
the 20 mile or so drive over to Chalfont Park
was so cold.
|Matthew's '69 westy shining in the sunshine.|
|Rear of the year... Stuarts red oxide bay, |
Matthew's blue and white bay and my
|Stuarts red oxide '71 bay with the painted |
black and white chequered front.
|This photo looks as though it could be summer|
with the blue sky and sunshine, but believe me
it was freezing cold. Three Outcast bay windows
invade the WWH photo shoot.
|WWH beetle line up, with the fantastic backdrop|
|Looking along the back of the beetle line up.|
Laurie owns the pink bug in the foreground
with the long term intention of making it a
street legal race car.
|A very good variety of vehicles came along.|
The long shadows means the sun is low in the
sky and it was about 4.00pm and the
temperature was dropping fast.
|Julian came along in his super cool looking|
early bug. I do like this car.
|Julian's bug looks just as cool from the front.|
This beetle was on the front cover of Volksworld
magazine in July 2013
|A '69 / 70 bay. It doesn't matter what your|
bus looks like, the photo shoot was about
the number and variety of vehicles in the club.
|Possibly a work in progress vehicle, but it's|
starting to look good.
|OK I am biased towards the Outcast VW |
|I did say it was a nice setting for a photo shoot.|
|The photographer wanted the vehicles to|
get closer, so as to get a good group shot.
Here, the vehicles are just being arranged.
|The WWH group shot, starting to look good.|
|I do like this photo. My bay sandwiched |
between Peter's KG, and Julian's bug.
|WWH members vehicles.|
|Another angle of the group shoot.|
|Stuarts chequered front, Matt's blue bay and |
my green bay can clearly be seen.
|The photographer took this photo, and although|
it wasn't used in the magazine feature, I do
like it. Matthew and me with our sequential
number plates driving past the photographer
as he layed in the road! You can also see
Stuart in the background.
|The April edition of Volksworld magazine, |
where on pages 5 & 6 you will find...
|The 'Event and Clubs' pages where the WWH|
photo shoot was published.