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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:04 pm    Post subject: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Hi guys! I got lucky last November and had a right-place-at-the-right-time moment that ended with me obtaining what I believe may be one of the ten lowest mileage non-museum bay windows in the country, I promptly snatched it up, spent the last few months cleaning it and getting it road worthy, and would like to present it and some of its OG/NLA/rare parts to you fine folks today, for prosperity, for those interested. I’ll disperse some photos between the descriptions below.

Presenting, The Brilliant Orange Time Capsule! It has been driven 39900 miles since new, most of those burned in its first ten years, was stored in a garage for 30 years, and remains almost completely original and basically, like factory new.
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It’s a July 4th 1975 delivered Helinski Westfalia in L29B Brilliant Orange and the birth certificate says it was delivered to USA but also seems to have had a Canadian package added. So it has the standard 74-75 Westy setup plus the big Eberspacher BA6 heater, fresh air fans, 70A alternator, three rear seat belts plus Helinski side seat, and combined gas/electric refrigerator. It also has the optional bumper impact strips. See the birth certificate for full details.
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I’ve had a bunch of buses but never one that was “fresh like the day it rolled of the dealer lot”. Even those never restored always had been tinkered with, creatively modified, and had parts and accessories deemed “useless” removed by previous owners not realizing what these beauties would be worth some day. And all that tinkering always created their character, but man it’s cool to see what “unmolested” really looks like.
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The original owner was the father of the guy I bought it from, who used it for about ten years and 39,000 miles as a third car for family fun and vacations. He died in the mid eighties and it was parked in their suburban garage, where it slept - for 30 years! Eventually the guy’s wife became elderly and asked the son to sell it. He posted an Atlanta Craigslist ad, and I swiped it up with no delay. He told me they drove it once in awhile while in storage but I believe that to be only partly true. It started up and drove fine but the brake fluid had almost disappeared and it leaked oil through probably every single expired seal and the fuel tank was rusted through. So I got it home, pulled the engine for the first time and did a gasket set, and replaced the tank and fuel hoses. Other than that, I replaced the flexible front brake lines, replaced the front seat horsehair that had literally turned to dust, new plugs and wires, and just cleaned it! A LOT of cleaning…

It wears almost all of it’s original paint, which is remarkably bright and ever-so-slightly age worn. There’s some evidence of a battery tray replacement and I did have to have the nose painted due to a tragic (possibly dealer installed?) spare tire mount that rusted the additional drilled and untreated holes. The OG emblem was still in the glove box! Charles Overton of Bremen, GA welded the holes and did the nose paint.
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It probably would need a thorough run through (and tires that aren’t 30+ years old) before I’d take it on a long journey, but that would inevitably mean replacing original parts with aftermarket, and that’s just sad. For now, it drives beautifully around town, brakes strongly, steers firmly without a hint of slop, and the still fresh 1800cc is in many ways peppier than my 78s’ high mileage 2000cc. Driving it is like being transported to the late 70’s, and knowing how these cars were designed to ride when they were maintained by the dealer to factory specs, with genuine parts.

I thought photographing and cataloging this bus and especially it’s OG/rare parts might be helpful for people like myself who, while working on their bus often question, “I wonder what this originally looked like?” or “I wonder if this _____ is original?” and also “Is there SUPPOSED to be a _______ here?” Personally, I find this to be the most fun aspect of owning this car, I really geek out on the historical forensics involved in unscrewing a part or something that was last attached by someone in the Hanover factory before I was born. You get a real sense of preserving what once changed can never be “original” again, like some kind of classic car archeologist - very cool.
Everything that was delivered with the bus is there, the owners manuals, the yellow bucket, the collapsible tire with VW air pump, the shore power cord, original curtains - it’s a true time capsule.

So what will follow in the next posts are some of what I consider the cool bits and pieces. Neat-o “rarest of the rare” accessories, parts that were missing on every other bus I had, parts I didn’t know existed. Perhaps this is only interesting to VW history buffs and purist-types like myself, so if it’s not for you, just consider this a waste of your bandwidth and click on. I might make wrong assumptions, please correct me where needed. If there’s anything else you’d like to see, let me know.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:11 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Awesome!, I'll be the "Westy smell" is almost overpowering in that one, thanks for sharing.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:26 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Thanks for sharing! It's nifty to see what my Brilliant Orange '75 (built 11-12/1974) Helsinki Westfalia looked like when it was new, long before some Previous Owner decided THE ENTIRE CAMPING INTERIOR INCLUDING CURTAINS was a "useless accessory" and removed it all except for the rear seat. And before someone gave it a mediocre respray in what looks to be Kubota Orange.

I have some extra OG orange plaid pieces, including the side-seat bottom and I believe two sets of upper bunk pads, if you'd like some spare pieces. The BusDepot reproduction orange plaid is good enough for my purposes, but isn't quite a match for the original pattern.

Out of curiosity, are your headliner pieces whitewashed birch or white vinyl covered like the later ones? Mine is whitewashed, but some I've seen are vinyl .. and while the suspicion is a mid-year change, the more data the better.

Watch out that Notchboy doesn't talk you out of the yellow bucket. Laughing


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:37 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Wow...Incredible!
I have a big smile just looking at the pictures. I'm sure you have a grand smile driving slowly around town Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:01 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Hello,
WOW.....I'll be Damned. Very nice find you have there.
Every car owner/collectors dream come true.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:03 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

WOW !
Congratulations on the score !!
You never see them pop up this complete and unmolested anymore.
I'm in awe of the condition throughout !

Awesome bus. Cool
Interesting that it has a euro spec radio with M and U bands instead of AM and FM like we call them here...and none of us would fault you for installing new correct weight rated tires.
There's originality, and then there's common sense & safety. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:05 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Very nice. I never saw it pop up on ATL craigslist. You must have gotten it quick.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:11 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Beautiful find. That 1800cc was the best matched engine for a Late Bay, indeed.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:12 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Very, very cool!

What is the little rubber bumper that is above the passenger seat?
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

noneed wrote:
Interesting that it has a euro spec radio with M and U bands instead of AM and FM like we call them here...

Bet there's an M code on the plate for that, the antenna is in the correct spot. Somebody splurged!

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What is the little rubber bumper that is above the passenger seat?

To stop the stove cabinet lid from falling into the front seat.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Thanks for the compliments! I wish I could take credit for preserving the bus, I’m just good at carefully cleaning. Actually, I consider myself only a temporary custodian of The Brilliant Orange Time Capsule, I have to sell it eventually. If I only would have found it five years ago it would be a keeper, but I have so much time, energy, and upgrades into making my 78 our “forever bus” that I can’t go back now and I just don’t have the means to keep two.

Anyway, I’ll start the first round of photos with the accessories and some of the more rarely seen items.

Without further ado, behold, in all it’s glory, The Yellow Bucket:
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…I know, it’s just breathtaking! Truly the Rolls Royce of plastic buckets Laughing

The collapsible spare tire with the blue VW Coleman air pump:
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The Westfalia wedge cushion supplied for the Helinski side seat:
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Original left mounted VW antenna and single speaker AM/FM radio. As someone pointed out, a Euro spec? Anyone know the model?:
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OG floor mat with the heel pad:
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A KAMEI parcel tray (Where these dealer options or a 70s aftermarket item?):
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Original curtains:
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Original Curtains have snaps where they draw close together and a bungy loop at the slider one to hold it forward:
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The Westfalia shore power cord and probably never used rear screen:
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The single opening original Westfalia pop-top canvas:
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The child cot, certainly never used, still stowed and in its plastic shipping packaging:
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Owners manuals:
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A 70s era butane burner with spare:
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And these appear to be two rare Hanover Chimpanzees:
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Thanks for reading! I’m going camping at Stone Mountain for a few days, but the next set of photos will be: Original Placards, Decals, and NLA parts.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:22 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

tristessa wrote:
Out of curiosity, are your headliner pieces whitewashed birch or white vinyl covered like the later ones? Mine is whitewashed, but some I've seen are vinyl .. and while the suspicion is a mid-year change, the more data the better.


Almost all of the headliner and side uppers are a white vinyl over the wood. Amazingly preserved and without a scratch, not even heat shrunk anywhere, so it even holds up better than that plastic piece under the top bed section in the photo just above that always is at least a little warped. I found the headliner really interesting too, because all my buses, even another 75', always had either stained/painted wood or some reproduction or DIY attempt.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:26 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Incredible find!
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:33 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

noneed wrote:
WOW !
Congratulations on the score !!
You never see them pop up this complete and unmolested anymore.
I'm in awe of the condition throughout !

Awesome bus. Cool
Interesting that it has a euro spec radio with M and U bands instead of AM and FM like we call them here...and none of us would fault you for installing new correct weight rated tires.
There's originality, and then there's common sense & safety. Very Happy


I just posted a close up of the radio above, I'd love to know more about it. Since there's an "admittance plate for Canada" M-code (see birth certificate), do you think it's a Canadian radio?

Agree on the tires! Till then, she just takes us to the neighborhood pool ;o)
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:40 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

vwwestyman wrote:
Very, very cool!

What is the little rubber bumper that is above the passenger seat?


Busdaddy's right, here's a photo showing that lid in the up for cooking position, resting against that rubber knob. It requires some finesse, because you shift it left as you lift on its special hinge, to avoid hitting the door paneling.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:40 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Where is the Birth Certificate?
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Tcash wrote:
Where is the Birth Certificate?
Thank you for posting!
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Here it is again, I'd love to hear what you think of the interesting blend of USA and Canadian codes?
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This was a USA bound bus, but seems to have some mix of Euro/Can options.

Nope.
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Canada, St Johns NB


Yea, I saw that too on the MPlate site, but the birth certificate says it was USA bound. Interesting...

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Brilliant Orange Time Capsule: A 39K mi bus and its OG/NLA parts Reply with quote

Ok, here's the deal. I've got 10g's burning a whole in my wallet. PM me when I can pick it up. Laughing

She's a beauty for sure! Damn, all that orange takes me back to the mid-70's!

Where's the engine photo's? Wink
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Where's the engine photo's? Wink


Much more coming, but here's one Wink
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