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Discussion in 'SA' started by chris taylor, Aug 1, 2012.

  1. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    Im learning how to....... so here they are,my photos lol
     
  2. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Very nice camping spot/set up, is that someone's house behind you?
     
  3. vwfreak03

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    Like the awning.....where did you get if from?
     
  4. davidr

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    very very cool.. awesome location..
     
  5. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    These phjotos were taken at sellicks beach in Sth Aust some time ago but i have only just learnt how to post photos. The annex come tent was made by Roadmaster caravans at O,Sullivans beach,they were the only ones who i could find down here that would do it, by the way its the first time for them as well as they had never made one for a kombi before so it was a bit of a learning curve for all. As i now know how to post photos here is a few more 100_0668.jpg 100_0671.jpg 100_0663.jpg 100_0675.jpg The seats by the way came out of comadore from the wreckers $40 each,a lot cheaper than recovering the old ones. I have just finished rebuilding the enterior cup boards and will post photos later cheers chris
     
  6. Alpal

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    Interesting bit of dash sculpture.
     
  7. Justin

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    i reckon !!
     
  8. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    100_0687.jpg 100_0692.jpg 100_0693.jpg A few photos of my good old bus.The seats are from a comadore and the interior i made and fitted using the old ones as a template, plus a couple of extra ones just in case i needed them ,fitting the seats was the hardest thing to do as i had to put extra steel plates on the underside for strength,plus i also had to cut of the old slides as the new seats would not fit otherwise. I know its not original but now i can drive for quite a few hours without getting to uncomfortable, the only problem is that the seats are about 3 inches higher than the original ones,which suited me anyway. Regards Chris:cool:
     
  9. vwfreak03

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    Is that a permanent divider between the cab and the rear?
     
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    That looks very cosy with the carpet up front. :)
     
  11. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    Hi vwfreak03,yes it is a permanent petetion,the reason is the wife has to use a mobile scooter to get around and the one that she has is a collapsable type and the base hangs on that petetion by the seat holder and is out of the way.Also being there it helps to balance out the weight,if i put the whole thing in the back it tends to drag down the backend to much.
     

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