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Old 19th June 2010, 23:02   #16
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I hope this thread is not to prove the provence of the car being actually bought at fancy price .
I quite with you manish.

Though this car is not brought by a T-BHP'ian, i would request the moderators to merge this thread with Classic Volkswagens in India.
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Old 20th June 2010, 08:42   #17
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I hope this thread is not to prove the provence of the car being actually bought at fancy price .
manish sir,
dont know what makes you think so.
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Old 23rd June 2010, 19:31   #18
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There was a RHD Microbus with a Publishing house in Trivandrum .
Any one knows where it has gone?
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Old 24th June 2010, 00:52   #19
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There was a RHD Microbus with a Publishing house in Trivandrum .
Any one knows where it has gone?
A Baywindow 1971, Powder blue again, The Bus is scrapped, and i got few things from it 24 hours ago, including the document.
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A Baywindow 1971, Powder blue again, The Bus is scrapped, and i got few things from it 24 hours ago, including the document.
Congrats ! so you finally managed to get papers for your Bus
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Congrats ! so you finally managed to get papers for your Bus
Sid, My Baywindow already runs on its original papers, its got its original registration number which is displayed on my Bus. I wonder how you turned blind inspite of me posting numerous pics

The papers are picked and were needed for my other Bus which is still not talked about on T-BHP, i will be displaying it sometime later when the restoration starts.

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and what you rank my bus
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and what you rank my bus
Piece of art is all what I can say. Like a picture frame..it should be hung on the wall and admired 24*7.
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thanks 67 for the words, but iam still unable to locate the best bus Mr.Pavan is talking about in this forum (I admit, this Bus is far far original than any Bus existing in INDIA, Nothing to top this Bus in terms of Originality.)
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I admit, this Bus is far far original than any Bus existing in INDIA, Nothing to top this Bus in terms of Originality.
Sir can we have some more detailed pics of this bus ? Would like to see the originality of the interiors , dash boards etc. A few detailed shots would be great . Thankx
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and what you rank my bus
Your bus rocks. I'm no experts on vintage cars but it definitely looks great. How much work did you have to do on it to get it to this point?

By the way, why are these call "baywindow"?
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By the way, why are these call "baywindow"?
It is called so because of the type of front windshield it has. If it had windshield and a piller kindof a thing in between then it would have been called a "Splitwindow". Hope it makes sense.
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but iam still unable to locate the best bus Mr.Pavan is talking about in this forum
Maybe Mr. Kadam has something locked in his closet and does not want to share with us lesser mortals. It is always hard to please Connoisseur's my friend !!

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Your bus rocks. I'm no experts on vintage cars but it definitely looks great. How much work did you have to do on it to get it to this point?

By the way, why are these call "baywindow"?
thanks sir, actually i did nothing to this bus, but it was the effforts to have my hands on it as i had to wait 5 long years after the old man agreed to part off as he had some vision problem now,she came to me in 2006,and has a long story, traveled a lot around the world,and is not retored but well kept by a navy officer,original paint too
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Wow, this is one beauty. Is this a VW Camper or Weekender?

And how far does the top strech?
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