1970 westfalia

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slammedwesty
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1970 westfalia

Postby slammedwesty » Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:14 am

Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Bart Verstappen i'm 30 years old and live in the Netherlands. And since everybody is revealing their bay secrets the last couple of days, i thougt i might do this also...

this was my 1970 westfalia when i got it in march 2010, it had an alabama title when i got it, so if anyone recognises it, let me know.
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and this is the same bus when finished in june 2010 at its first outing
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it now has a T2D 4 inch narrowed beam and is converted to linkpin

this 78 highroof camper is one i made earlier, also linkpin and also tubbed
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this blue camper is currently for sale at T2D in england if anyone should be interested.

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Postby cookiemonster131 » Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:28 am

that highroof with the fuchs is so bitchin!
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Postby Jobe » Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:40 am

Did lotus white carry over to early bays? that clean ass westy is badass
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slammedwesty
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Postby slammedwesty » Sun Dec 19, 2010 3:04 am

Thanks, The M-plate on the bus says it should be pearl white, but my paint supplier didn't have the information to mix it according to colournumber, so he took a sample from the inside of the bus and mixed the paint to match that. But, i agree, even in real life this one comes very close to lotus white.


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