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|This very distinctive early split screen I have|
seen on several occasions and it never fails to
impress me. I have also seen this bus in several
VW magazines. The gorgeous green gloss paint
looks awesome against the matt grey finish of the
|It's all about the small details as this photo|
shows of the bullet indicators on this splitty.
|This two tone bus really did stand out. The |
twin roof racks with the triple spot light set up
and the bumper mounted twin spots both
|You can see just how straight this lovely bug|
really is in this photo. The chrome towel rail
bumpers add just enough bling to add the
sparkle to the overall look.
|I do like panel vans and this 1965 split screen|
van got my full attention. This really was a nice
clean example and the white over bright red
paint worked so well.
|Perfectly straight side panels helped to make|
this old panel van stand out. The twin roof racks
were a nice addition as were the colour coded
|If you thought that green beetle (above) was|
low, this 1970 is even lower, in fact it looks as
though it is actually sat on the grass. I'm
assuming this cool bug has some from of air
|The bright yellow paint looked good and helped|
to make this low rider stand out. I did like the
headlight peaks and door peep mirrors.
|You can see just how low this bug was from|
|Bug Jam attracts visitors and participants from|
all over Europe to show off their vehicles, run
the 1/4 mile and generally have a goof time.
These 2 buses were just a couple of the
Belgium visitors that attended Santa Pod for
the weekend festivities.
|Volkswagen's of all descriptions parked up|
in the camping area. This is just one of the
hundreds of through routes through the various
|A late bay, 1969 Beetle and a T25 all parked|
up next to each other. It doesn't matter what
model you have or what condition it is in, if it's
a VW, go along and just enjoy the weekend.
|This really was stock looking and the original|
paint had just a few signs of patina starting to
show which looked cool.
|This lovely blue 1971 bay looked great with|
it's super low stance, narrowed front beam
and Fuchs style wheels. The paint looked to
be original and added to the cool look of this
bus. I did like the old skool foxes tail on the aerial.
|This really was a nice looking bus that actually|
looked very solid. The bright Hawaiian printed
curtains looked good against the blue body colour.
|Just a random photo looking at the camping|
area, Volkswagen's of all descriptions parked
|A spilt screen panel van and a BMX bike are|
enough to ensure the owner of this bus has a
great weekend at Bug Jam 30.
|A green 1967 type 3 Notch back, and a sky|
blue and white 1973 late bay parked up at
Bug Jam 30.
|White over green on these gorgeous buses, |
a 1964 split screen and the later type 25 both
with the same two colour combination.
|Another white over green combination on this |
early bay that I spotted cruising past. This
bay looked to be standard height and pretty
|This lovely bay reminded me of my Microbus|
before she got painted as it looks very similar
in this photo.
|Another vehicle I spotted cruising around the|
site was this (very) patina'd split screen. This
lovely old bus had been lowered and the white
painted steel wheels sat on a narrowed front