Discussion in 'Kombi Club' started by 65busser, Jan 25, 2010.
This is nice. Few 'old bloke' accessories goin' on here!
that is dam beautiful !
Hey very nice,she's a great lookin old girl.
I'm not really into the old bloke accessories as you put it:lol: but i love that interior and i'd be proud to call it mine.
Thanks for pics.
love an early lowlight..nice work
Nice, another delux beside it too? 71/72? Looks mint as.
where does one get their door cards covered to a standard like that??
They are original delux i think? all the lowlight deluxes i have seen are like that? the white ones at least.
all of my doorcards are like that, just different colours..
thats is one nice lowlight. I also have a lowlight with a radio antenna in the middle of the windscreen like in your picture. But I always thought someone had hacked it like that. I have never seen another like it until yours.
do u know the history of it? I thought they were always installed down the front side
A very nice example of a beautiful lowlight.
I love it - wish it were mine
Very very nice. You would be a stoked to behind the wheel of it
Not sure about those extra lights - rectangular ones up high at front and on the rear end.
Nice looking bus all the same
"where does one get their door cards covered to a standard like that??"
They are the original Deluxe cards Vinny
I can supply them new if you'd like some.
These new 'off white/black' ones are going into the blue Lowlight.
Humener Humener Brad!!!!!
What a great looking Lowlight
You got it. TMI
What a fabulous example of a great model bus... I see what you mean about the white piping on the rear seat, not sure I have noticed factory options like this before, unless they are unique to the deluxe models?! And who would know seeing as there are so few of them... Im guessing that with such good care this fine specimen has had the underside is near flawless too... look forward to one day seeing in the flesh! P.S. I hope you find that equally great example middle seat... A (71 lowlight camper dulux!)
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