The WWH hold a monthly club meet at The Squirrel Public House in Penn Street, HP7 0PX on the 3rd Wednesday of each month throughout the year. Friends of mine and fellow Outcast VW Club members Dave and Angela, sent a txt message to Stuart and myself asking if we were going to head over to the Squirrel Pub, and as Wednesday night is a poor night for TV, we both decided to join them. (my apologies for the poor photo quality but my small Panasonic Lumix camera doesn't work too well in dark conditions)
|Julian went to the WWH club meet in his alpine|
rally themed early Beetle.
|This really is a nice looking car, with plenty of|
cool period accessories and stickers. I do like
the red vinyl seats which are in stark contrast to
the lovely body colour.
|The rear of Julian's Beetle with the big rear spot|
light and the period looking white mud flaps.
|Another WWH member to pop along to the club|
meet was Jonny in his race inspired 1971 Bug.
|I was chatting to Jonny and he was saying about|
the plans he had for his Bug. These plans included
a 2.2ltr engine with nitrous oxide, and bigger and
better disc brakes and new wheels and tyres.
|My 1969 Micro bus parked up outside the|
|Stuart and Tim went over in Stuart's daily driver, |
his 1970 Beetle. I'd normally cruise over with
Stuart and Tim but they left straight from Stuarts
workshop which is en-route to the Squirrel pub.
|Stuart's Bug with his retro roof rack. Stuart and|
Tim are both from my hometown of Aylesbury.
Both Stuart and Tim are fellow Outcast VW
club members, well actually Stuart is a founder
member of the Outcast club.
|More Outcast VW Club members are David and|
Angela who are also from Aylesbury and popped
over to the WWH club meet in their daughter
Louise's 1974 Beetle named 'Brum'.
|The outcast VW Club outside the Squirrel pub,|
home of the WWH monthly club meet. I personally
think it's good to visit other local club meets, if
for nothing else but to show show some support.
|This 1988 T25 rumbled into the car park as I|
was taking some photo's. I don't know who owns
this or what size motor it was running but it
sounded really nice.
|This really was a nice looking T25. I do like|
these T25's and I could so easily have one if I
didn't have my bay window.
|Christian came down later in the evening in his|
lovely early split screen.
|This really is a nice looking bus, unfortunately I|
didn't get much time to chat to Christian to ask
him how the new interior is coming on as
Christian has some cool plans for the interior of
|Lovely Porsche wheels on a narrowed beam on|
|This slightly later split screen followed Christian|
into the Squirrel car park. I don't know who this
belongs to, but I did like it.
|I do like split screens with a pop top, and this|
one looked great in it's single colour with
|This really was a nice looking bus, it's a shame|
it's it still mid winter and so dark outside as I
would have liked to have taken more photo's
of this bus.