|This stunning 1978 Westfalia Berlin is the pride |
and joy of Julie who has owned this gorgeous
bus for about a year or so. This bus really is so
clean and tidy.
|My velvet green 1969 Microbus looking nice and|
shiny in the sunshine. The exterior has had a new
coat of paint since coming over from Sacramento
back around 2010. The wheels and the engine are
still the same and I have no plans to change either.
|When it came over from the U.S. the green only|
went up to the belt line, but I'm glad I decided to
have the green up to the gutters as I think it looks
so much better.
|Ken, (who along with James organised this|
event) owns this RATTY '64 imported 11 window
bus that was originally used to carry parishioners
to church on a Sunday.
|Gone are the rows of seats in Ken's bus, who he's|
named 'The Moses Bus' for obvious reasons. Now
there is a bright jazzy interior with cartoon strip
covered panels and a rock and roll bed.
|This is the fantastic trophy that was made by|
Richard Homewood of 'N2 Engineering' for the
winner of best vehicle on the day as voted for by
all the WBC members that attended this great
|Nichola and Spencer are the proud owners of|
this stunning 1972 Danbury. Both Nichola and
Spencer have always been into the Beetle, but
about a year ago they bought 'Molly Mabel' and
have never looked back.
|The interior of Molly Mabel really is very nice, I|
do like that fold down buddy seat.
|Molly Mabel has a 1500cc single port engine,|
which after driving their 1600cc twin port beetle
seems pretty slow but that doesn't stop either of
the getting the bus out for any occasion, even
it's just to pop to the shops.
|This beast of a van belongs to Graham, it may|
look like a normal sign written split screen van
but Graham's van has a 3.2 Porsche Carrera
sport engine with a 5 speed gearbox. The rear
beam is also from Porsche.
|The van also has Porsche 911 disc brakes and|
twin 8" remote servo dual circuit brakes. With all
these Porsche goodies the bus is good for around
230 BHP and yes it sounds awesome.
|This lovely 1978 Beryl green and white Westfalia |
belongs to Alistair who is relatively new to the bus
scene, in fact this is his first bus, and what a lovely
bus it is.
|The bus was imported from the sunny state of|
California back in 2015 and since then it has had
a full back to metal respray. Alistair has also
lowered the bus by 2" and added a lovely set of
|Robin's van has a 1600cc twin port motor with|
a beetle IRS and gearbox. The bus sits this low
thanks to an adjustable front beam, a raised
steering box and shortened column. Robin now
runs Porsche 356 reproduction wheels which
suit the van perfectly.
|This gorgeous 69/70 Australian import single|
cab is owned by Dave. This SC was brought over
to the U.K in 2017 and is Dave's daily driver,
replacing his T5. Dave bought the SC from a guy
in Cornwall, which meant Dave had over an 18
hour drive home!!!
|Susie's family found the bus derelict in Thailand|
back in 2012, so they imported it and restored
it into what you see here. Lulu is Susie's daily
driver and she uses it regularly for camping trips
and days out.
|This immaculate '64 German bus belongs to Si,|
it was exported from Germany to California where
it spent the next 45 years of it's life before being
imported to the U.K.
|The gorgeous interior has been re trimmed by|
Kens Customs who have made an excellent
job in that brown vinyl.
|Si's bus has been lowered using a notched |
chassis and tubbed out with a narrowed beam
on the front.
|This lovely retro looking '68 bus was imported|
from Oklahoma around four years ago, and is
owned by Luke. Those really cool retro stripes
were painted by Luke and look awesome.
|This bus has been on the road for about a year|
and is mostly original and makes for a great