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have a laugh at this - look at the 4.00 minute mark - pretty scary huh :-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-8a-PSwJQk&feature=related
Hi Guys, Anyone knows any retail shop in Singapore that I can get the Scotty Cameron Kombi-Mid , belly putter. Looking at around 42 inches.......... Thanks in advance guys...
I've tinkered with Max's look ... again. Back in the '70s a load of folks in California de-chromed their Volkswagens for a simpler look - the Cal-Look. Seeing as a Kombi comes with no chrome and the trend is to 'chrome-up' I decided to go the other
Loads of people out there have given their busses a name. So how did the name for yours come about? Being a ginger myself, when I ordered mine from Danbury it had to be Orange. I never had any intention of giving mine a name but as time went on the nam
The story on how I got the bus goes like this. My buddy Duck, another story in it self, knew about two buses on a farm in Barnesville and he said that he was going to get them. He kept saying that same story for over a year. I never seen the buses and
If you want to waste a couple of minutes, have a look at the VW Brazil Kombi configurator here: http://icc.volkswagen.com/cc5-br/ You can configure exactly 1 thing, the rear defog What I found interesting, though, is that the base price is around
just picked this one up its a die-cast 1/25 Kombi Bus.