Discussion in 'Kombi Spotting' started by Richard Bickle, Jan 15, 2022.
Snails are cool.
One of the best here
because they didn't have a tow bar?
Because they can.
It's not to every bodies taste.
Better then being scrapped.
I guess so .. not.to my taste tho. They made a campmolble and that was good to look at. This just looks silly
I want that roof rack tho
These are a good compromise between a camper, RV and a caravan.
A lot more room in a snail compared to a camper and a lot easier to drive compared to some of the monster RV’s.
And you are not towing a caravan
Agreed, you wouldn’t chop up a pristine tin top microbus, but like in the thread I posted, if it’s a rusty wreck, this is a good solution.
If I had spare space to have one parked up when not in use, I would be happy to roll in one.
Think I saw that bus the other day down Narrabeen way?
Any idea what happened to Nug's Snail Barry?Think I saw it up for sale after they got back from their trip.
The build thread and the videos were great. The setup was so good, better than a Jurgens Autovilla.
...that's just a repro, modern and readily available rack.....be prepared to bend over though, they aint cheap.
Yup that's where it is
These are a franchise - they are rented out by their owners.
All Subaru powered.
Would look better on a Toyota.
looks like a cool ride,bet they are expensive
To buy yes
to hire 120 to 180 a night
They all have my steering boxes in them and some of my modified manual transmissions
The latest ones have Subaru modified auto transmissions
Yup that one did .. I noticed it was auto
I think the owners are game renting out these buses. So much could go wrong, by careless renters, with their investment….
no different to someone renting out a high end sports car I guess
They have your details and I’m sure the fine print stitches them up.
At a $1,000 a week I don’t think they are appealing to back packers.
As said, I would roll in one
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