MicBergsma’s 1967 VW Bus Restoration Plans

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Jakob Blåsvær says:

Is This projekt still alive

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Austin Hinckley says:

More bus videos i love them

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Devvon Crowder says:

Crazy as can be that I know sign language. Tested myself randomly with this video and I did decent. A Necessary language to know

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Andrin Zoe argon says:

I know that seat that from Brazil that you told me about it

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Esteban Rodriguez says:

Excelent Kombi, I am member to Classic Volkswagen Club Paraguay
Enjoy de ride

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Toy machinee baker says:

the felicito por ver encontrado una combi siempre e soñado con tener una así año 63 k afortunado héres algún día tendré una así felicidades amigo y éxito

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Joe Adams says:

Omg can't wait to see that all fixed up and nice

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Peter L says:

It's going to be a great project.

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Volkswear says:

My first Bus was a 65 Walkthrough and we still have it.  Walkthroughs are by far my favorite especially if you plan to make it into a camper.  The passenger seat looks like it came from a Baywindow (1968 and later).  The correct passenger seat will be two separate pieces.  The Base drops in and then the seat back has two pins that line up on the bulkhead and then it swings down and locks into place against the base with pressure.  That seat is a little hard to find but you should be able to locate one on www.thesamba.com in the classifieds.  Best of Luck with the project.  JC.

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Todd says:

can i please just say that this guy is awesome. Go vintage VDUBS and mad props to him for making this video!

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