Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by DancingDoonars, Apr 13, 2009.
I can sell you half a bottle.....
don't forget the full set of scrable tiles in Jack's glove box
Is it a stock standard VW original stick or did the previous owner rat it?:lol:
. . . . . . and the tiles read " R.A.T. M.E. "
that's 54 points and triple score!:lol: :lol:
i haven;t found said stick on any Vw website
its a nice stick with some distressed edges so i am guessing it was a rat at some time
In Sybil I found a new starter motor under the back seat, a 50 cent coin, a manual, heaps of receipts for work done to her, a photo of her new motor before it was fitted, big can of touch up paint and an umbrella.
In Wobert I found heaps of spare parts and the blown up motor, still full of oil, shoved into the back. Needless to say it took a while to clean him out! Sunglasses, about $5 in change, books, CD's, clothes etc... He had been abandoned at the local RACV yard with all the guys stuff still in him from 3 years ago, a very smelly, sorry sight, especially with the motor just put on top of it all!!
In my Kombi, in one of the drawers, I found my soul. I took it for a drive and it stuck its head out the window.
Dingo very well put
I found the hole in the bottom of my bankbalance and the tattered shreds of my sanity after a bad weekend,
I found the Joker card and a hand written note from one of the previous owners in the ashtray....oh yeah and a pair of sexy nickers and half a joint.:lol:
What were they - safaris!!
I found a "Mcleods Daughters" call sheet dated tuesday 19th june 2001 and a condom from the 1970s. Im saving it for when i get lucky!
My deluxe had been parked up 26 years ago and in it I found this motley lot in it :-
3 'L' plates, 2 clapped out table tennis bats, log cabin, benson and hedges and state express tobacco tins, army buttons, a few old David Jones bags, electric fence tags, a box of bullets for a .22, a postcard from Mount Gambier, a Dick Smith auto reverse stereo cassette box (I remember buying one of these for my first car many moons ago!), 2 business cards from a Moroccan artisan, a letterhead from the home office in London, three letters from Gold mining companies advising the writer had been unsuccesful in job applications, a brochure from the Easts Beach caravan park in Kiama NSW, a ticket dated Feb '81 from a trans mediterranean liner to Madrid, an empty monster munch packet with a byline of 'spine tingling fang food'!, and a 1984 RAA Motor magazine still in its cover on the front seat - and on the front cover the a fire truck from........McLaren Vale, where I live - spooky...
tink had weeds, lots of weeds!!!!:wtf: i'm talking major amounts of thistles!!! copious amounts of arachnids and other sorts of indescribable things with too many legs, (still think some are there!) and her last owner was a new south welshman with a birthday on Christmas??? (old rego papers and stuff), 3c and lots of beer bottle tops in the panels, that's about all i can remember!:umm:
Found RUST in mine
i had 5 planks of wood, a bike, half a back seat, 2 beanbags, a moldy old matress, a fully charged battery , spare tyre, spare wheel cover, old log book from mid 90's, a box full of thongs, a torch, a grind bar, couch cushions, windscreen shade, cooler bag, floor mat, fire extinguisher....ummmmmm i cant think of the rest
i found $35.55 in a plastic bag stuffed into the heater channel....
It all begs the question should you hide something in your kombi now for someone else to find in thrity or so years? Make your own time capsule.
What would you hide in yours?
i'd put a picture of the kombi in it, so they could see how it looked in its early days' "i'd definately like to see what my kombi looked like back in the day"
well this may sound corny ....but,i found a big bunch of HAPPINESS :heart: in both of my kombis:lol:
I found board games, cutlery, crockery, camping table & chairs, stove & gas bottle, lamp etc.
Best of all I found a great group of people who don't care what your vehicle looks like. The same group just accept you for what you are.
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