Because I don’t want to overload your computer I decided to split up my wonderful visit here in several portions for the rest of the week. (or almost!) Today (Monday) I fly off to Bali to visit some local friends and a couple of days of rest after these crazy non stop last 14 days of visit and travel. Next Friday I’m heading back for home… so meanwhile I hope You will enjoy my reports from The YogYa VW festival 2013 and let’s start with part 1, Saturday, Dec 28, after my arrival at the venue!
Say hi to the crowds, from inside the BBT bus, and start walking….
Friend Wawan’s latest Project, let us explain…. take a Porsche Cayman, rip off the body and all you don’t need and slice it under a split window bus body, almost ready to drive in style! In Indonesia there is no build limit….
Extreme buggies, local fiberglass buggy builder. Top quality quality and finish again, wowh, would there be a market for such cool buggy bodies in Europe? We can import those if You want, we await your reactions! (but please only after January 07)…. on the picture with owner and builder ….
Mr President of crazy engine builders… that was how this car was announced to me. The back was FULL of engine! The car is extremely fast, I’m so sorry I forgot to ask the best result, I was just too impressed…
First life show entertainment, an authentic dance set from Papua. Indonesians are extremely proud on their heritage… it was very impressive too! Don’t forget to check out the banner in the back ground…
“Volksrod” is a car extreme, VW to the next level, it blew me away, wowh, especially the interior, about perfect… in my eyes that is… and yes, for Wawan especially, let it be clear; I like custom cars as well…
Oh yes, the wheels are home made, I said before, there is no build limit in Indonesia, when you want something, you make it, that’s final!
Another “very special” car from VW Club from Bandung, the “Disaster respond unit vehicle”, used at least once a year to support victims of natural disasters with medicines and first aid. Indonesia is living with active Volcano, frequent earthquakes and more natural activities of this kind, but a VW club that has a active respond vehicle to help? I’ve never seen before! Keep up the great job guys! You’re doing wonderful and are an example of humanity for the whole world!
Enough for today, other wise your devices will keep on loading pictures, but we will be back tomorrow for the next part of this beautiful show experience!