Well they have to arrive one day…
After sailing almost 7 weeks longer as scheduled, facing overbooked vessels, congested ports and bad weather we finally got a container from Taiwan arriving.
Two more containers from Taiwan, one from China, one from USA and two from Brazil are scheduled to dock by end of the week or early next week.
Hopefully we don’t get them all on the same day…:)
Temporaly workers Matthias and Brent, in full action together with BBT Ray & Tim.
Up to the next…
We’re selling off a scale we do not use anymore.
0-600kgs fully operational and perfect condition.
We’re looking now for somebody that can use this highly precise piece of mechanical engineering!
The only reason this baby has to go is simply because we switched to digital with higher capacity.
Any reasonable offer, or… perhaps a nice gift with a BIG order?
Contact your favorite BBT sales person or send us an email on Info@BBT4vw.com
Belgian youngsters used to drive VW’s, Dutch guys drove 2CV…
Another cool set of pictures from the archives of professional photographer Kamiel Loontiens (+).
Authorized for publication by his son Wilfried.
Lier, a medium city in Belgium, back in the day…
VW rules, Garage Dockx was the local VW dealer back then if I remember right and it seems he had a hell of a business!…:)
Enjoy your sunday
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!