Discussion in 'The Kombi Club Bus Stop 2015' started by ruby6689, May 1, 2014.
Hey, Alpal, Is there an age limit? I may have to forge papers to get entry!
Not quite as old as you mate,
I'm getting close but
unfortunately no powered sites left so they have sent me to the unpowered, unnumbered area. i begged her to put me close to the rest of the kombis...even promised to strum a tunr on the ukulele for her..hope i am not left all alone.
There will be over 80 Kombi's there ! So I doubt you'll be on your own !!
Look forward to meeting you !
lol.....There are a few up in the unpowered area so you won't be alone and you are always welcome to mingle with the others. Remember to check out the Program of events to see what's on.
Yes.. Over 65 sounds about right!
Wot ! is there a geriatric section
No Geoff,….haven't heard mention of anyone over 100 attending……
The rest are just spring chickens in my experience !!
Anybody passing through Byron on the way, we are having a club meet on Thursday afternoon, 5pm up at the Cape Byron lighthouse carpark. All are welcome to meet up and cruise with us.
Can I ask what group are meeting up at Byron. I'm from Nimbin.
The Byron Bay Kombi Club is the group meeting up, and all travelling through and possibly staying the night in Byron are welcome to join us.
Nice one ClassiCool
And the forecast for Easter is: Rain, rain and more rain! Oh, and did I mention rain?
I actually don't care this year. We have been really lucky for the last few years with the weather. I remember it used to rain EVERY Easter. I just need to get away and catch up with lots of old friends.
My thoughts exactly Melissa.
I think it's going to be wet across the East coast this Easter...........
I'm frantically trying to get the prep finished enough, for some 2 pac primer on the SC, after months of bare metal, to protect it, prior to the weather change on Thursday...
My son informs me that the Drone cannot fly in the rain so fingers crossed.
We have no control over the weather, what happens happens. ATM there may not even be a photo shoot if it's wet so fingers definitely crossed. The drone shots will be brilliant if we do get some.
if necessary, just metal prep and get a couple of coats on.
can bog over the primer later
Cheers for that Col, and although that is an option, (which I'll probably need to do anyway, when I find all the bits I missed), I was aiming at a "ready to paint" result, before priming.
I've just this minute, finished the worst, and hopefully the last bit of prep - painstakingly removing the paint from the many little air vents on the "b" pillars. No sanding tool or "strip-it" disc will fit between those fins, and especially with each individual shape. Possibly a good arguement for sandblasting, if you can cope with the aftermath mess.
Anyway, I'm so close now - I can taste it!
Etch and primer, will then show me whether the countless hours of prep since Boxing Day, is actually as good as I hope.
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