Six Piece Cab Door Panel Set for Kombi/ Panelvan Price: $225 gray
I am going to OCTO. Let me know if you want to pre-order to pick up panels at OCTO.
Sorry, out of stock of pocket door panels at the moment, I won't be able to ring those to OCTO. Sorry!
New Reproduction Interior Panels for your VW Kombi, Panelvan or Camper.
$225 for a Grey 6 Piece Cab Set for a split bus
estimated shipping as of Jan 2020:
to West Coast is ~$45
to East Coast is ~$65
Please let me know your zip code, to help me find the shipping cost.
This was what was used in the front of kombis, SO-42 Westfalia campers, most kombi campers, and in panel vans.
Bench seat panelvans came with a cab divider in addition to this set. Check my other ads for a cab divider.
$200/ Six piece cab set - bare panels
$225/ Six piece cab set - grey panels
A six piece Kombi Set of interior panels is
- Cab roof (pair) (choose 55-61, 60-67 or SO-42 camper style)
- Kick panels, pair (specify month & year, there were a number of changes)
- Cab door panels, pair (regular)
add $20 if you want the front door panels pre-drilled for 64-67 clips, making it $245.
A grey set with repro pockets already riveted onto the front door panels is $325.
With vapour barrier added with pockets the set makes it $365.
We are now (as of Jan 2020) adding vapour barriers to all the door panels with pockets installed.
A grey set with 12/63 through 67 pockets, and with clip holes, is $345. This includes a set of pockets I designed which work on the later doors that take the door prop.
I can also make panels for the back of your bus. ... an Uber-Kombi Set
please see my other ads
If you have a 1960 bus, please let me know what fuse box it has - note #of fuses and the wire end/ terminal style.
- six fuses with screw terminals
- eight fuses with screw terminals,
- eight fuses with push on/ spade terminals
At some point VW changed the inner cab roof structure for kombis and panels. This means there are 'early' and 'late' cab roof panels. The change was sometime in late 1960 or early 1961. In fact, it was intermittent for at least 75,000 buses, meaning there are some buses who take the 'early' roof panel that were made after buses that take the 'late' version.
If you have a '60 or '61 let me know which roof style your bus has. I put a pic of each version in this ad.
There is a stick of wood butted up against the ledge under where the sun visor would go in the ' early' version, in the turkis bus.
The ledge is not there in the 'late' version, but it has a dimple above the vent window.
This turkis green bus takes the 'early' cab roof panels.
The door panels are not pre-drilled for the screws, since the screws were not uniformly installed in the same place from bus to bus.
They used 23 screws per front door panel, but if you compare a door panel off one bus, most holes don't line up if you want to put it on another bus. About 5-6 will line up.
I don't pre-drill for screws because some people don't want extra holes in their doors!
Do you want it pre-drilled if most holes don't line up?
You will have to get out a drill either way to drill holes in the panels, or in the doors. If you don't care about re-using the original holes, drill away.
*If you want to use the original holes, get a 'hole finder'. *
It saves a lot of time. :)
With push button cab door buses December 1963 through 67, VW used push clips, and there was standard hole placement. I offer the panels pre-drilled for clips at a $20 surcharge for the pair.
New repro clips are $0.85 each from WolfsburgWest
Info on clips: http://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/album_search.php?...t_dir=DESC
The 64-67 kick panels did have standardized screw placement. I mark the holes on the panels, but do not pre-drill them in case the holes in your bus are oversized and in that case they screw would not hold.
Actually, after further checking, there was more than one "standard hole placement' for 4/64- 67. The hole by the foot heat vents is moved. One of the standard holes placements is marked. It may, or may not, be the same as your bus.
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Here is a link to pictures with installation tips: