A few new pictures of Bob this month at VW Festival where we camped for the weekend.
Here’s Bob and Mollie
On the Sunday we were on the Harrogate and District VW Club stand
Today we spent the day at the Volkspower 2010 show at Redcar, Vee Dubbing by the Sea. It was a great day even though it was pretty blustery on the coast. The event is set at Redcar Rugby Club which allowed for lots of space for the guys who camped over the weekend, trade stands, food outlets and the Show and Shine. There was also the facilities at the Rugby Club that were open to the VeeDubbers too.
Bob the Camper Van was in the Show and Shine. Unfortunately he didn’t win and there was only one winner per category at this show, so no runner up or 3rd prize. Here is is in the line up looking stunning!
OK so I have owned BOB for a while now, but was surprised to get an email at work asking if I would rent him for a wedding, a couple of things that I thought about was a) insurance did I need any for weddings b) do they know how load bob is with his performance exhaust pipe ?
It’s Official winter is now over in Bob’s Garage, I got him out this weekend to wash and clean ( he started on the 3rd go yeah) I still feel these are the original 1967 wiper blades lol..
and if I going to be really honest they just wave at the rain before it hits the windscreen so today I ordered a new set of wiper blades and arms from Justkampers :
Blades when £12.00 each and the arms £19.90 hopefully I will have them fitted before I set off to the lakes on Friday !!
Oh have also decide to create a page on the blog … how much does it cost to runner a 1967 split screen
This is Bob my 1967 Splitscreen VW Campervan
CSP Disc brakes
Brand new 1776 engine with Twin 45 Webbers
Tuned on rolling road at RE performance
Sports exhaust (new) and sweet sound!
15″ EMPI 5 spokes (new)
1 x large roof rack & 1 x small and fitted side steps
Front and rear seatbelts.
Decent cd/dvd player with fully installed telly in roo
12v plugs and full electric hook-up for sites.
Baby blue and white. great panels, people often amazed how straight it is!
20 years of receipts of every nut and bolt and photos of build.
In fairness other than the CSP disc brakes that’s pretty much how I brought him, but when you have something that takes longer getting from 60 – 0 than 0 – 60 you have problems so it was a no brainer, the Guys and Gal at Dubtricks are awesome by the way that’s who I will be using this year when Bob gets a few more bits added, aka lowering, axle conversion new electrics and fuel pipes etc …