This blog is dedicated to my daily driver, a 1967 VW Camper. It's a conversion done by Riviera Motors in Oregon back in the 60s. I'll update this with pictures, video, and stories of the work I do to it and the adventures I have in it.Ask Me Stuff!
pump-up-the-valium asked you:
i traded a 68 square back for it, the only bad part is that its on the fence with being the right amount of rust and fading, and being to much rust and fading so m probably gonna get a painter to paint the logos back on after it gets painted, but other then that the treasure chests are amazing, the gates are good, the fronts beet up a bit but nothing serious.
Well, to find a bus these days without some nose damage, that’s rare. Look through my pages here…I’ve completely replaced the nose of my bus (with one from a single cab, no less!).
Depending on where the dents are, you can actually stick a deflated football behind the dent, slowly inflate it, and actually pop the dent out!
But really, don’t fear the rust unless it’s in the frame rails or rockers. All that can be fixed eventually and shouldn’t affect overall driveability. It may means some water gets in during wet weather, but remember this paradigm: You now own a bus! The bus market is doing better than the housing market! Don’t let that bastard go!