April192014
thebusbuddha:

Said goodbye to the roofrack today. @kmf79 picked it up and will be giving it a makeover before it goes on his bus! #vw #volkswagen #bus #vwbus #dublife #livermore

So this happened.

thebusbuddha:

Said goodbye to the roofrack today. @kmf79 picked it up and will be giving it a makeover before it goes on his bus! #vw #volkswagen #bus #vwbus #dublife #livermore

So this happened.

4PM
Boxed speed!

Boxed speed!

(Source: empigod, via intermodal)

7AM
7AM
six3seven:

By ‘aircooled_takeover’ on instagram: Enjoying the night sky. From @genoski1 http://ift.tt/1rIciLa
—Please leave credits intact—

Glen’s 62 kombi!

six3seven:

By ‘aircooled_takeover’ on instagram: Enjoying the night sky. From @genoski1 http://ift.tt/1rIciLa
—Please leave credits intact—

Glen’s 62 kombi!

(via dubsnbabes)

7AM
7AM
April182014
I remember seeing this at the Kelley Park show in the early 90s. Guess it went to England!

I remember seeing this at the Kelley Park show in the early 90s. Guess it went to England!

(Source: hookerbugz, via dubsnbabes)

5AM
outkastkafer:

tucomead:

double canvas

outkastkafer: Binz & Co. is a custom coashbuilder, located in the small town of Lorch, some 30 km east of Stuttgart. The company produced special bodies for a number of automobile manufacturers, including a series of cabriolets for Mercedes Benz, ambulances on various chassis, and of course the doppelkabine pritschenwagen. It is estimated that about 250 Binz trucks were built, and the location of very few of these are currently known.  This makes the Binz Double Cabs among the very rarest of the production Volkswagens.  For the Type 2, Binz made Double Cabs by taking a Single Cab pick-up and modifying it with an enlarged cab and a rear 3rd door.  A rear seat was optional.  The earliest Binz Double Cab is thought to be a 1953 model.  VW started producing Double Cabs in its own right in late 1958, although Binz continued one-off Double Cab production into early 1959.


This isn’t a Binz pictured, but interesting historical information.

outkastkafer:

tucomead:

double canvas

outkastkafer: Binz & Co. is a custom coashbuilder, located in the small town of Lorch, some 30 km east of Stuttgart. The company produced special bodies for a number of automobile manufacturers, including a series of cabriolets for Mercedes Benz, ambulances on various chassis, and of course the doppelkabine pritschenwagen. It is estimated that about 250 Binz trucks were built, and the location of very few of these are currently known.  This makes the Binz Double Cabs among the very rarest of the production Volkswagens.  For the Type 2, Binz made Double Cabs by taking a Single Cab pick-up and modifying it with an enlarged cab and a rear 3rd door.  A rear seat was optional.  The earliest Binz Double Cab is thought to be a 1953 model.  VW started producing Double Cabs in its own right in late 1958, although Binz continued one-off Double Cab production into early 1959.

This isn’t a Binz pictured, but interesting historical information.

(via intermodal)

5AM
crazysaxyginger2:

I had a dream I got this as a car. Best. Fucking. Dream. EVER.


Love those wheels!

crazysaxyginger2:

I had a dream I got this as a car. Best. Fucking. Dream. EVER.

Love those wheels!

(via intermodal)

5AM
April172014

(Source: bugbus, via intermodal)

5AM
5AM
5AM

vwcamper:

The Jolly Swagman Project, as I’m calling it, is my answer to wanting an Aussie bus without being able to afford to bring one over (unless I won the lottery).

I’m sourcing upper vents, Aussie VDO speedo, mesh visor, and building a roo bar.

Actually I’ve renamed it slightly… The Jolly Volkswagman Project! :-D

(via intermodal)

April162014
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