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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2022 9:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

I'll be interested in how you mix up, apply and results with the CLR as I haven't tried that yet on my 66 Velvet Green/Pearl White microbus.

Now what I have tried, with great success on what appears to be rust patina showing through the OG paint, is a light dry scrubbing with 0000 steel wool. Rust staining comes off pretty easy and quick. Followed it up with Meguiars paint cleaner and then cleaner wax. For that matter, anything chrome gets a dry rub with the 0000 steel wool and it results in a mirror finish.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2022 7:20 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

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I sprayed the whole bus with CLR full strength. Then with a bucket of water and a Scotchbrite pad I dunked the pad and rubbed it out a section at a time, adding a splash of CLR to the Scotchbright pad now and again as I went. The Scotchbrite pad has an aggressive bite so a light pressure was plenty. If you go heavy on that it will cut through paint like sand paper.

The CLR works. It requires more scrubbing than I expected, but it works. The few bare metal spots on the bus were taken right to shiny metal with it. In the pictures the brown is an underlying layer of primer.

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Then I washed the bus with Dawn dish detergent and buffed in some carnauba wax to seal it up.

Here she is ready for the dance. I'm head over heels.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2022 7:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Here's some patina porn for those of that persuasion.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2022 7:51 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

I may decide to keep this somehow. I'm just stunned by the audacity of it.
And now its weathered like a piece of driftwood.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2022 9:11 am    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

That came out great, nice job! I don't mind the wooden piece, it gives it character. I'd keep it unless it leaks or whistles.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2022 8:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

So after work today I sat and had a coffee in my camper because... well, just because. Very Happy

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Most of the parts for rebuilding the brakes have arrived already, but I'm still waiting on the wheel cylinders.

Closer inspection of the engine that was supposedly "removed and rebuilt" leads me to believe it was more likely "removed for rebuilding."

So I decided to sweep the floor to assemble this single relief case to have something to move the bus around with. Got a shorty assembled and took the win for today.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2022 10:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

That bus looks great now, plus a nice, complete, and unique camper kit. At a VW meet, you’re likely to have the only one there. No need to spend $$$ on paint except, maybe touch up paint here and there once you get your metal work done.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2022 6:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Looking good.

What sealant do you use between case halves?

Does your water tank pump cabinet fit purposely next to the bed as well as on the door?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2022 7:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

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That bus looks great now, plus a nice, complete, and unique camper kit. At a VW meet, you’re likely to have the only one there. No need to spend $$$ on paint except, maybe touch up paint here and there once you get your metal work done.


Oh boy I can't wait for the round of shows this summer! Especially on those hot sunny days, to be able to sit a spell and take a break in the shade!

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Looking good.

What sealant do you use between case halves?

Does your water tank pump cabinet fit purposely next to the bed as well as on the door?


Thank you Barry. The water tank in my kit is shaped to sit in the space next to the bed, and also has handles on the side of the box to carry it out and set it anywhere you like. Because the back of it is curved in the other orientation, I do not believe it can be made to mount to the side door the way the next year 67 does in the brochure. Another difference is the brochure shows both stools outside, whereas my little one is mounted to swing up from the bulkhead but cannot be removed.

I really like Curil T gasket sealer. It is like a super soft melted wax consistency and the translucent light green coloration of jalapeno jelly. Mmmmm... jalapeno jelly.

I use a small artist brush from the craft store to spread it out as a really thin film so there is almost no squeez-out. If you see it squeeze out then it also squeezes in towards the oil pathway. One tube lasts quite along time. I use it to dress both sides of paper gaskets as well, very thin. It does not harden like the aviation, and its squeeze-outs do not turn into rubber worms like the RTV. Wars have been fought over this very topic however, so this is just my private personal preference. But everybody should do it. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2022 7:42 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

One down. Three to go. Make it stop. Then make it go.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2022 1:09 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Congrats on the bus! I just picked up my first split. It's a 66 sportmobile.

I am missing some parts of the kit and I would love some close up photos of your folding stool.

The previous owner of this bus removed the non-walkthrough bulkhead to install swivel seats from a toyota camper.

I would like to being it back to it's original setup, but it looks like I'm going to have to make the pieces i am missing.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2022 8:34 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

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I am missing some parts of the kit and I would love some close up photos of your folding stool.

I would like to being it back to it's original setup, but it looks like I'm going to have to make the pieces i am missing.



MaddMatt I loaded tons of detail pictures of the folding stool into the gallery under the split bus camper category and labeled them "1966 Sportsmobile stool details" so you can either search for that or go to my pictures and surf. Tape measured stuff too. Enjoy.

I also loaded up details on the water cabinet, labeled as "1966 Sportsmobile water cabinet details"

I'm glad you asked me to do it too. While fiddling with the water cabinet I realized that it did used to be able to hang from the door as well as sit in the space next to the bench. The slot in the back of the cabinet matches the location of the missing bracket that used to be on the door. Check out these two pictures. Mystery solved.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2022 8:44 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Two down. Two to go. Make it stop, then make it go.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2022 3:51 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Oh man, how exciting! Thank you. I just went through all the photos. I have a handful of those exact drawer pull handles I salvaged from a wrecked baywindow.

That door water cabinet is awesome. I am missing mine so i'll need to make it from scratch. In the brochure it shows it folding up like a table. Is there any evidence of it previously being mounted in that way?

You have no idea how great it is to find someone with a another sportmobile is similar shape. This has made the research process much more fun.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2022 7:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

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Oh man, how exciting! Thank you. I just went through all the photos. I have a handful of those exact drawer pull handles I salvaged from a wrecked baywindow.

That door water cabinet is awesome. I am missing mine so i'll need to make it from scratch. In the brochure it shows it folding up like a table. Is there any evidence of it previously being mounted in that way?

You have no idea how great it is to find someone with a another sportmobile is similar shape. This has made the research process much more fun.


Amen Brother!

My water cabinet door swings down, and has a latch that holds it horizontal so migh make for a low, light duty table. Check the pictures for that latch on the lower left.

Shoot me a picture of the sticker on the side of the ice box would you? Mine’s missing and I'd love to see what it says, color, and flavor for the font.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2022 7:15 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Sportsmobile Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Three down, one to go. Make it stop, then make iit go!

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Meanwhile the new master has moved in and just waiting on the hard lines.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2022 5:28 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Sportsmobile Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Four down! Just waiting on the hard lines to close this system.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2022 6:28 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Sportsmobile Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

You are off to an excellent start! Don't forget to load the Solo cup holder and get the beer ready!
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2022 9:09 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Sportsmobile Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

Did you apply anti-seize on the outer diameter of the brake adjusting stars? Without that the brake stars will rust up in place all too soon.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2022 8:53 am    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's 1966 Sportsmobile Camper by Travel Equipment Corp Reply with quote

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Did you apply anti-seize on the outer diameter of the brake adjusting stars? Without that the brake stars will rust up in place all too soon.


Very good advice. Yes, in a manner. I use anti-seize on all threaded fasteners that fix objects in place, and feel like such a mack-daddy when doing it.

On objects that move or are exposed, I prefer red-grease. For the threads and all surfaces of the components of the adjusting stars, and inside the tube they slide into, I use a small brush and spread a very thin film of high-temp red wheel bearing grease. I treat the pivot points of the parking brake lever and pin the same way. I just find that lasts longer as a protective barrier on moving or exposed things, whereas the anti-seize serves me best inside the threads of fixed objects. I've seen rust appear on surfaces where anti-seize is exposed. Just my quirk on it. The thin film of red grease may attract dirt and get gummy at some point, but still keeps moisture out and let's things move against each other.

I use the thin film of red grease on the axle splines and nut as well, to avoid galling of the threads and get a smooth, clean torque reading. That castle nut gets a pin so there is that.

For the backing plates, and bare metal bits like the lever and surface of the wheel cylinder, I would usually prefer Rustoleum satin black paint over etch primer. For this, however, I just misted it with WD40 (without shoes!) and let that evaporate. It's a farmers solution that is shorter term, but temperatures in the shop this time of year would not support proper paint prep and application activities.

My short term goal for the Bus is to simply catch up on the deferred maintenance and sort the mechanicals to get it functional and driving so it can spread joy this cruise season. When I'm ready to commit to the lipstick one day, tear down of all this stuff will be super smooth.

I have been pleasantly surprised at the condition of everything. The torch has rarely been needed. All of the fasteners have come off readily with hand tools or air impact vibration. All nuts and bolts have held their shape and threads have cleaned right up with a light wire brushing to clear the dirt. The brake shoes looked unused, and were riveted, but I don't trust consumables that have sat.

There was not evidence of any wheel cylinder leakage, but the cylinder pistons were seized fully from sitting unused. All but one hard brake line fitting came loose with the torch, but one on the old master twisted even after cherry red, and I really don't trust the thin metal lines that are half a century old so a full set of metal lines is going in. The price of brake parts is really nothing compared to the all-important function they serve. So when doing the labor yourself I think its best to gut and replace the entire hydraulic system.

The parking brake cables, however, are fine. Shocked no wear, nicely adjusted, slide smoothly and return to rest without issue. I'm leaving those and setting the new set on the shelf.

All of the king-pin fittings in the front suspension have taken grease, and the old grease being evacuated has been smooth and relatively clean. Nothing is loose, even the tie-rod ends are tight. The bus was abandoned at some point, but does not seem to have been neglected while active, and all is holding true to the stated mileage. Even the wheel bearings had ample, smooth, relatively clean grease and were not sloppy in their cage. They got repacked with fresh, and adjusted so the washer just slips under persuasion of a screw driver.

I really think this Bus was a good choice and has more and more potential revealed the more I get into it.

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You are off to an excellent start! Don't forget to load the Solo cup holder and get the beer ready!


I am looking forward to the day it gets stocked with cups for camping, although the little red Kurig on my kitchen counter may go missing. Wink

Because a post needs a picture, I believe I will replace this nasty water bladder! Java is best with clean water.

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