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I've owned this bus for about 10 years now. It's one of my dream vehicles. It's a 1961 15 window deluxe walkthrough. This bus was an imported from Portland, Oregon, but despite coming from a relat...
I've owned this bus for about 10 years now. It's one of my dream vehicles. It's a 1961 15 window deluxe walkthrough.

This bus was an imported from Portland, Oregon, but despite coming from a relatively wet state, it's not too bad as far as rust goes.

Unfortunately there's lots of trim missing and no interior, so there's lots of parts to find. At the moment it's gathering dust whilst I fine hone my skills on other projects.
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Hi! This is Eve. She was built 1967 in Germany and delivered to San Francisco. She spent 50 years in California before she left the USA to Europe. After a short break in the Netherlands she arri...
Hi!

This is Eve. She was built 1967 in Germany and delivered to San Francisco.
She spent 50 years in California before she left the USA to Europe. After a short break in the Netherlands she arrived at our garage in Austria.
Eve is our father-son-project and is currently undergoing a partial restoration.

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SA Dubbers annual trip to the seaside.

Held on the first weekend of December at SeaVu caravan park, Robe, SA. All are welcome. See the event listing for more details.

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My Tuppaware Porsche 356. It's a bit of a time-warp. Whilst it was built back in the 1980's it has never actually been completed. It was built by a company called Auto Styling, who were based in Perth...
My Tuppaware Porsche 356. It's a bit of a time-warp. Whilst it was built back in the 1980's it has never actually been completed. It was built by a company called Auto Styling, who were based in Perth but have long since closed down. I'm the third owner and hopefully it will get to see the road at some point.

There's a heap of work that's been done already, but there's also a heap of work that still needs to be completed. There's also a heap of work that I would like to re-do as parts availability in the 1980's left a bit to be desired and so there have been lot's of creative solutions employed.

My plans are to get the car assembled and roadworthy and then use it for a while to give it a bit of a shakedown. Then once I am happy I'll strip it all down again and paint it.

Ironically the molds for this car still exist and are owned by a fella in Adelaide who also has a similar looking speedster. Small world eh.
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The Joe Blow delivery bus, a '55 panel van in need of a little love.
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My '56 oval LSR car.
Record holder in DLRA G/BGALT class.
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My Type 34 Karmann Ghia.

I have owned this car for 20+ years. I even brought it with me when I moved to Australia. and despite this it's still not finished.
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The adventures of my 1970 lowlight
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Joe Blow Superchargers. Forced induction specialists for air-cooled Volkswagens. Get Blown.

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