We’re currently finishing all the parts for the T1 bus chassis. but are they good? Well they should! and to make sure (and testfit the last “legs” of this project) we just start welding a chassis together, this is how that looks!
We don’t just do parts, we sell parts that matters!
Last week we tested final samples of our development for the Sway Bar clamp for the bay window bus.
Tired and sick from (dangerous) existing qualities we decided about a year ago the sole solution would be our own production. so we teamed up with one of our favourite steel/rubber manufacturer and after a couple of samples with remarks we can say the final sample has arrived.
All test results are ok, we like the fit and mounting and we passed the production order to our manufacturer.
And this is how the final product will look like…
Plse contact Your BBT dealer or sales rep to get more information, they will be available soon.
Wintertime gives some more time for long-term projects…
Koen is working on the new BBT Samba bus, a 1964 Turkish in original paint….
Also in the New Year our workshop run full force…
BBT Patrick finish of the sliding roof from the 1976 Bay window deluxe… this bus is almost ready for its complete picture shoot and will appear on our website www.VirginOutlaws.com anytime soon !
BBT’s senior mechanic Koen comes to help a hand…sliding roofs are very particular to repair, but we, at BBT, train people till they’re specialists! Same time we do a lot of product testing for our parts range !
BBT in house car detailer Patrick (hey a new name!) prep the 1966 Kombi with westfalia interior, a real tin top camper!
BBT publisher Filip will take the BBT full picture shoot for online publication…
If you’re interested You can snap it up before the full picture shoot? email me on Bob@BBT4vw.com for pricing and info!