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|Nichola and Spencer own this stunning 1972 cross-|
over Danbury poptop. Both Nicola and Spencer
have always been into beetles but always wanted
a camper and last year after lots of searching they
found Molly Mabel.
|Jack's Hill Cafe is a bikers cafe, and I spotted|
this motorised bicycle parked up outside. I'm not
sure if this was factory built or something that is
homemade, but I quite liked it.
|This lovely clean 1974 late bay Westfalia belongs|
to Matt, who I didn't realise only lives about 10
miles from my hometown. Matt's Westy rides at
stock height, which always suits a bay window.
|Matt has christened his white over baby blue bus|
'Humfrey', so he's a masculine bus. He's pushed
along by a 1700cc type 4 engine.
|Humfrey's interior looked to be all there and in|
really good condition.
|I didn't find out much about this blue 1969 / 70|
early bay but I did like it. The super straight body
was finished in that unusual shade of blue paint.
|The stock ride height was refreshing after all the|
lowered and slammed buses, and something I'm
thinking about doing to my microbus. The deluxe
trim breaks up that blue paint nicely.
|This very distinctive 1978 Devon Moonraker is|
the pride and joy of Mark who has owned the
bus since 1998. Mark has christened his bus
'Velma' who he says is just evolving.
|Velma started life with a standard white over|
orange colour scheme, but over the years with
light restoration work and minor accident damage
repair work the bus has evolved with this cool multi
coloured paint scheme.
|Part of the WBC line up at Jack's Hill Cafe, the|
variety of buses at the meet was amazing.
|A nice reflection of Robin's walk through split|
screen van in the rear panel of Nicola and
Spencer's 1972 Danbury.
|My 1969 microbus surrounded by quality buses|
from the Wolfsburg Bus Crew. (it's a shame that
motorcycle was in the way!)
|I do remember that the owner currently lives in|
the bus full time due to circumstances beyond his
control and that he wants to make a few changes
to his newly acquired bus, like removing those
black side windows for a start.
|Aaron is the owner of this cool looking 1990|
Autohomes Komet high top conversion that he
has owned since 2016. He actually bought the
bus the day before he attended 'Bug Jam 30'.
|The bus is powered by the 1.7 diesel engine and|
Aaron has covered many miles across many
countries in it so far, with more of both to come
in the near future.
|I was chatting to James about nothing in particular|
and he was saying that he was getting a reputation
for always cleaning the 'Duke'... as he polished
the safari screens on his bus...!