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|A slightly blurred photo of Stu's bug. The cool|
looking period roof rack is a nice accessory.
|Amanda and her partner Simon popped down|
to the club meet in Amanda's new style beetle.
Amanda was saying she has big plans for this
unassuming 2004 bug, which included a hot
rod look paint job.
|John was early to arrive at the club meet in his|
1960 mango and white split screen. This bus
really is an immaculate bus and no expense
has been spared in getting this bus to a show
|John's bus has perfectly straight body panels|
and the paint is flawless. The twin yellow spot
lights mounted on the colour coded towel rail
bumper look great.
|The lights in the car park make John's bus look|
more lime green rather than the gorgeous
mango colour it really is, but even so it still
looks great. You can just see how straight the
sides of this old splitty really are in this photo.
|I do like this photo of the trio of buses parked|
up in the Charter pub car park.
|My freshly painted 1969 microbus. I haven't|
got used to looking at my bus and seeing a
nice shiny bus, as she was very RAT looking
for many years.
|The new colour choice velvet green, the belt trim|
and painted bumpers all help to make my bus
very different (and so much better) from how
she used to look.
|My 1969 microbus parked alongside Colin's|
red 1970 early bay. Both buses are U.S.
imports and both looked stunning parked up.
|Colin's '70 and my '69 parked up at the Charter|
pub in Aylesbury. This photo looks as though
it was a nice evening for a club meet, but as
it's early March it was very cold and still gets
very dark early in the evening.
|Sam and his partner Amy came along to the|
club meet in his awesome looking Baja. This
very distinctive baja gets noticed every where
it goes, and always gets positive comments
from both the public and other VW owners.
|The cool LED rear lights are a nice touch which |
suit the cars look, as do those huge rear tyre's
which should provide plenty of traction when
this baja goes 'off road'
|In typical baja style the engine is exposed and|
gives the car a tough look. Those bobbed rear
wings not only provide plenty of ground clearance
but also help in the looks department.
|As you would expect the baja sits high to give|
plenty of ground clearance, The professionally
painted bodywork looks awesome and makes
this little baja really stand out from the others.
(just a shame about the parking Sam!!)
|A close up of the blue sparkling paint with|
matching blue pinstripes around the main
blue sections. This really is a cool looking
|We had a new visitor arrive this month, I think|
his name was Andy and he had this very clean
T5 in white with tinted windows.
|I didn't really have time to find out much about|
him or his T5, but he was invited down by
another club member. I do like these T5's.
|Looking along a line of buses at the Outcast VW|
clubs monthly meet. Colin's red early bay in the
foreground, my velvet green bay in the middle
and John's 1960 mango split screen.
|And now from the other end of the line.! The|
camera flash makes the mango paint look
much lighter than it really is on John's gorgeous
1960 split screen.
|My 1969 VW microbus all painted and shiny at|
the Outcast VW club monthly meet.
|Colin's early bay and Sam's very distinctive '75|
baja. Even though the attendance was low this
month we still had a good diversity of VW's.