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My(geoff's) Fleet

Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by geoff62sw, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. geoff62sw

    geoff62sw Member

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    Hi Guys and gales

    Just the other day I had the oppertunity(sunny day) to line up my Fleet of VW's,luckly I had some help from Frank,to drive them to the park.Any way here they are left to right.
    1973 thing(just got her NSW registered) 1962, 1964, 1966, T3 1985Camper.
    you know what they say if you got some thing to bost about you gotta show them off......
    Cheers keep collecting
    geoff........
    My FLeet gotta love um.........
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  2. Aspro

    Aspro Well-Known Member

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    You lucky bugger. They are some beautiful buses there. How do you have time for them all?
     
  3. Grantus

    Grantus Well-Known Member

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    Now that's just greedy! :p

    Awesome stuff..... you gotta be happy with that collection! :)
     
  4. Joels73 Panel

    Joels73 Panel Active Member

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    Amazing :) More pics! Especially of that 62 :D
     
  5. geoff62sw

    geoff62sw Member

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    Hi Aspro
    I retied 6 years ago(from work that is not from life)
    That gives me time to hunt them down and gather them up and tinker with um...
    It dose make a man/gal happy.........

    Hay Joel what have you to show?
    Here is a few picies of my "62"(ex golden bread sales promo it was in there store for 5 years).
    Manly Festable 09 and some inside picies of my 62.......
    cheers geoff
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  6. Frank

    Frank Active Member

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    Everyone needs to have their toys :)

    ...pics look good Geoff
     
  7. melissa

    melissa Administrator Staff Member

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    Geoff!! you are far too young to retire! ;)
     
  8. geoff62sw

    geoff62sw Member

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    Hi this is a few picies of my 66(Peachy 9 seater micro bus)
    it has a full timber finshed roof lining and door cards,safari front windows,Air/Con and power breaks,Yes the power breaks work great...........
    cheers geoff
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  9. melissa

    melissa Administrator Staff Member

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    Wow Geoff - that Peachy is a stunner!
     
  10. geoff62sw

    geoff62sw Member

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    Hi Melissa

    Thanks yes she is a pleasure to drive a right plum but I call her " peachy ". :lol:

    cheers
    geoff
     
  11. ruby6689

    ruby6689 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    What a lovely line up....well all except for the 'thing' and the T3 :lol:

    LOVE your splitties, especially Peachy :heart:
     
  12. vinny

    vinny Active Member

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    mate some great looking buses there, i love the wooden roof!
     
  13. Dingostrategy

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    Lorraine is mean. The thing is solid gold. I LOVE it. T3 campers are also a thing of beauty.

    And as for the peach, well, it IS peach. It isn't PINK - not in the slightest. There was one fairly influential chap on these forums with a PINK Kombi a while back. Swore black and blue it was peach. It wasn't, of course, it was PINK. Anyway, yours is peach, and a beauty.

    Not to mention the others, of course. Quite a collection, that. Me, I collect fridge magnets. You make me feel pretty lame. Which is fair enough on account of me being pretty lame.
     
  14. BrianK

    BrianK Well-Known Member

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    I would happily retire tomorrow Geoff with all those vehicles.:) A very sweet looking gathering of vws.
     
  15. geoff62sw

    geoff62sw Member

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    Now registered

    Hi Guys/girls
    Just got my safari wagon(kluba wagon)model 182 RHD registed last week,shes fun to drive
    and gets plenty of attenion.........
    cheers
    geoff:D

    Follow link to my origanal posting back in Feb 2010
    http://forums.kombiclub.com/showthread.php?p=293810

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  16. teeveezed

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    What a collection! :)
     
  17. Syncro27

    Syncro27 Well-Known Member

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    Great work Geoff - you hoarder!

    No wonder these busses are so expensive - Geoff has bought them all.

    Strange how Geoff has 3 splitties and a T3 in kombi form but no bays?

    Future purchase on the cards maybe.

    Also love the peach split with the A/C. When you said A/C in the split I thought you meant "Russian air con" - ie - you open the safaris and the air comes Russian in. That must be the only A/C set up in a split in OZ?

    Cheers,
     
  18. geoff62sw

    geoff62sw Member

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    Hi Syncro 27
    Thanks for your comments,I love kombi's(all kombi's),I do look for them,where ever.
    its some thing to do with the shape it looks just like a loaf of bread and
    We all like the smell of doooe,mmm, freashly baked that is......:lol:
    and yes a bay might be nice I would like another auto,the T3(Yella) is an auto
    she is great on the High Way,she sings at 110km.......
    Yes nice coment, Russanin air nice one,what about the Power Brakes Ive never had a kombi stop like it,and she has no serat belts,lucky Ive got the steerin wheel to hang on too.

    cheers
    geoff:D
     
  19. Split 1

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    Some very nice kombis

    Dave
     
  20. Ray

    Ray Member

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    Nice little collection you have there. Did you restore all of them yourself or have you bought them finished?
     

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