BBT Friend of Da Houze, Juan from Argentina, made this cool animation for all of us to understand the working of hydraulic brakes on our beloved beetles….
We thank Juan a lot he allowed us to share with all of you! …
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For better service, more protection and faster packaging we invested in a flat wrapping machine…
Floorplates, heater channels, fenders etc but also simple long cardboard boxes will all be wrapped now for a nicer parcel.
Extra bubble wrap and cardboard will be all applied if necessary and will all be in the wrap.
Our efficiency in packing parcels goes up by a mere 30%.
The best for last, our wrap foil is 100% recyclable, sort your waste well!
Enjoy pictures and little movie below.
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We used to buy doors of entire junkyards on the West Coast of the USA.
Full containers of doors we shipped home. We have an inventory of over a 1000pcs now….
We selected all doors on rust, everything rotten below, on top of in the middle was simply scrapped.
We still have A and B quality doors on offer.
A quality is solid, still can have minor dents or scratches of normal use during 50 years of life.
B quality is solid too, we don’t sell rusty doors. But B quality will have more dents and/or might be cut below the vent wing to accept one piece windows.
Price depends year, so please contact your favorite BBT sales person or Info@BBT4vw.com.
All further info on Info@BBT4vw.com or @ your favorite BBT contact.
Really well known dancing “De Veertien Billekes” ….story goes the owner had 7 daughters so 14 buttocks, hence the name….
Before the name change, this was Cafe De welkom….
Proffesional photographer Kamiel Loontiens was asked for a promo shoot and parked his 1956 right before the door…. beautiful capture.
From the archives of Wilfried Loontiens. With his approval to share.
Happy Sunday to all BBT friends!
The short Bay window was pretty well known in Germany, it was forever at the entry of Mr Bartels used car lot and car collection.
Did You also see the crazy modified barndoor in the back ground on the lower picture?
Anyway its not there anymore, and some German VW friends think Mr Bertels moved it inside a while ago… hmmm seems like “inside” must be hiding a lot of goodies…:)
Thanks to Hubert for sharing these pictures….