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  • Franz
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    Quicky project for Tom. Semi-local bus from Montrose. The 3rd from original owner called us up to ask about selling it. I told him I could save him the hassle of getting it road worthy if he wanted to sell it as is. It wasn’t cheap or a score or anything like that. But it is a solid OG paint 2-tone special ordered German delivery bus. I has a weird number in the bottom center that indicates special paint/interior option. I’m not sure if that represents the so34 interior installed in a 1967 so42 or what. Looking forward to getting a birth certificate to see the specifics.

    Shitter room with vent holes in the top.

     

    Franz
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    Custom removable backrest because of the hacked bulkhead.

    Perfect plastic in the propane fridge.

    Extra set of new curtains in the bag, along with an original set. The tent is early so34 style too.

    mtnbus
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    Damn !

    sweet ! complete camp interior !

     

    Lookin good

    Franz
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    Anybody have a s034 table that they can part with? This mounts in the spare tire to allow the table to be set-up outside.

    Original plaid westfalia seat pads. Trucker mirrors.

    Douglas E Fresh
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    yeah thats a sweet bus.  Hit me up about it a while back.  Arent those lights super rare/valuable?

    Franz
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    The cab lights are american that somebody added on. The fog lights are hella original accessories.

     

    A70slooker
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    Sweet bus man, nice to see the chandelier

    Rustabus
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    That thing is Amazing!!!!!!! 😀  😀  😀  😀

    mtnbus
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    bench seat or WT ?

     

    Franz
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    I’m not sure how rare this flood light is, but its original German camper stuff.

    Because it has a flip seat interior, the front seat have been modified to allow the backrests to be removed when set-up for camp.

    Day/night mirror.

     

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    Franz
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    Hacked walk-thru. The question is: Done by Westfalia or not. Its a german delivered, special ordered, custom painted, and fully optioned. Whoever ordered it had some pull to get it done like that. I’m thinking they asked for the older flipseat style camper kit.

    66beater
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    Super rad bus!!! I love trying to understand the mysteries like that walk-through. That gas heater is neat too. I don’t think I’ve seen one in the engine bay like that before.

    us after hours hackshows just trying to “keep up with the Jones’s”

    Jb
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    Damn Tom! Neat camper? Where’s mr. Campingbox when u need him!?! mix mash of westy goodies is interesting for sure!

    Pete
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    Wow…damn cool bus.  Nice score, Tom!

    unk
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    Yeh. I’m pretty pumped.  The bus needs work but it’s in great hands.  68,000 original miles, all OG paint, the tent is really cool.   Should be awesome once the boys dial her in.

    Now im hanging out in cedar city with a diverted emergency landing on an overheating plane.   Stuck in cedar city for the night.  Where the hell is cedar city?  Fun never ends……..

    Membadat
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    That thing is super cool! What a score……

    Shit like this only happens at KCW, gotta be there at the right time and shit falls in your lap! so much Unke for going out and helping with the vert, you you got another damn super cool bitchn bus

     

    congrats bud

    Franz
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    Tom pulled the engine this morning. I made a parts list and ordered a bunch of stuff. Then started disassembling the engine. Power washing too.

     

    Jdawg
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    Man, so lucky to score a legit bus and take it DIRECTLY to the best place ever to get it dialed. Cool stuff.

    BBWB
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    I see the hideous spare tire mount is gone already. 🙂  Good choice!

    I'm at the age where "fuck off", "fuck you", and "fuck it" answer most questions.

    Franz
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    Bummer news on the engine.

    I disassembled it to short block. Found a spun #4 rod bearing. It has to go to Painter’s for machine work and rebuild now.

     

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