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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
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
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
I have traded my Westy in for a '69 Californian Kombi... nothing wrong with a westy, I just always loved these and when I clapped my eyes on this beauty I just could not resist! Well, here it is, this is the start point.. where the journey goes... wh
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
ive been looking at pike rigs and this to me looks the simpleist without complicating things for me but is it afective and safe
just picked this one up its a die-cast 1/25 Kombi Bus.