We unloaded yesterday a container with high quality BBT sheetmetal, 33 pallets in total…
-Bus inner front frames (New)
-A-pillars (New, and the well corrected ones!)
-100 early model bulkheads (second production run!!)
and so much more!!
Nobody beats BBT sheetmetal, nobody!
We will receive the assembled inner structure for the front of your splittie bus in the second week of august.
We will sell these frames under our BBT reference 0890-980 Front inner frame assembly – Bus 03/55-07/67 LHD
Pre order yours now, as first supply will be limited!
For those not familiar with the BBT sheet metal we like to inform that ALL of our sheet metal is pressed in real cast tooling exactly like Volkswagen used to do when they made the buses brand new. The assembly of different component like this inner front structure is made on professional Jigs like it was performed by Volkswagen back in the day as well…
All parts from the frame are available separate as well, this frame exist out of following part n°s
0890-18 Inner front panel (lower) – Bus -07/67
0890-181 Crossmember under dashboard – Bus 03/55-07/67 LHD
0890-187 A-post Complete Left – Bus -07/67
0890-188 A-post Complete Right – Bus -07/67
0890-975 Inner front panel Bus -07/67
Many people ask us what’s coming next… well we work hard to get more tooling finished and ready for production… do You recognise all the parts?
No delivery dates on these yet, but we try hard to get them in production as soon as samples approved….
We fabricating the tail light seal for your VW beetle build between ‘55-‘61. The one and only correct one, with the correct rubber nipple molded in to guide your wiring through your fender.
A perfect restoration will never be a perfect restoration without our BBT tail light seals! We make them as your car used to have when it left the factory!
This tail light seal is available @ the better VW parts suppliers under BBT reference 0740-00. The Volkswagen part nr for your reference is 111945191B.
We can’t say anything wrong how our supplier of sheet metal in Brazil load our containers…
When we open the doors we’ve been greeted by gas tanks…
after the layer of gas tanks there was (a couple) of layers of floor plates
and in the nose we had the fenders..
Nice stacked, no air, we like that!!