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Busted Turn Signal Switch
Posted: Yesterday 8:42 pm
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Busted Turn Signal Switch
vwwestyman
Comparison of Rustoleum Espresso Brown vs the original Champagne Edition brown. I painted a replacement turn signal lever to replace the broken Champagne lever.


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Wild Westerner
Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 4:21 pm
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Wild Westerner
sbkombi
today I saw a Wild Westerner for sale at 23995.00 .. dang, I better get mine back on the road .. doing Porsche 928 wheels with powdered coat to match the factory vivd blue stripe .. about a 2 inch drop sits about right ;)


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Wild Westerner
Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 4:21 pm
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Wild Westerner
sbkombi
928 wheels in Wild Westerner vivid blue


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bug pic
Posted: Thu Jul 24, 2014 8:44 am
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bug pic
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bug pic
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bug pic
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VW T2 Silverfish Turkey
Posted: Mon Jul 21, 2014 7:36 am
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VW T2 Silverfish Turkey
volkan_c
VW T2 Silverfish Turkey


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Project Wild Westerner
Posted: Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:37 am
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Project Wild Westerner
vwwestyman
Documenting fixing up my newly-acquired Wild Westerner.

I started playing with removing the flat black paint that was put in the engine compartment. This progress was made with carb cleaner. While O'Reily's brand worked to soften it, Gumout brand seems to be more effective.


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Project Wild Westerner
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Project Wild Westerner
vwwestyman
Documenting fixing up my newly-acquired Wild Westerner.

I started playing with removing the flat black paint that was put in the engine compartment. This progress was made with carb cleaner. While O'Reily's brand worked to soften it, Gumout brand seems to be more effective.


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Champagne sticker
Posted: Wed Jul 09, 2014 5:39 pm
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Champagne sticker
Red Fau Veh
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Posted: Wed Jul 09, 2014 5:19 pm
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
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1978 Swiss Fire Rescue Crew Cab
Tcash
This beautiful Crew Cab served as a Swiss Army Fire Rescue and EMT response unit in the small village of Saas-Balen just outside of Zurich, Switzerland. It comes complete with the original hoops and canvas canopy, blue emergeny light, Bosch "neener" sirens, very nice original HWE commercial roof rack, 1978 owner's manual (in English), original Swiss Army log book documenting every trip it took during its years of service, and detailed maintanence records through 1983. It remained in Switzerland until 2005 and had its last driving permit from there at that time. In the years since, it has been in the hands of Volkswagen collectors.
The body is in very nice condition, exceptionally dry, impressively straight, and was resprayed in the original color of Pastel White (L 90 D). The truck bed, gates, and floors are way above average as you can see in the extensive album of pics on my website. Details to note include the refinished original bed and canopy wood strips and the canvas rear flap is torn. An additional piece of original canvas will be included for the repair.
The interior is exceptionally clean and has been reupholstered in the correct color and pattern material. Sound deadener was installed behind the paneling to reduce road noise as well. Take note of the cleanliness of the dash, original headliner, and the floors front and rear.


Mechanically it is a nice driver with just 54,000 original miles. The 1700cc engine runs well, the entire braking system was rebuilt in 2011 including cylinders, pads, and lines. Additionally it received a new clutch and a set of new tires at that time.


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Project Wild Westerner--Engine Pics
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Project Wild Westerner--Engine Pics
vwwestyman
Documenting my Wild Westerner project, currently trying to figure out how to get the engine going!


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Project Wild Westerner--Engine Pics
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Documenting my Wild Westerner project, currently trying to figure out how to get the engine going!


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Frida Bus 72 Sportsmobile
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Frida Bus 72 Sportsmobile
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Here she is at Bus Fusion in Almonte Ontario


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Project Wild Westerner
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