Seems as my van is approaching its first birthday I thought I'd give it a proper-ishwash and wax.
Meguiar’s Deep Crystal Carnauba Wax Review is what I used for the top coat
Especially after my local VW garage kindly put a load of swirl marks into it a few weeks ago.
I don't get how some of you...
Hello all, been trolling through the forum for over a year now, found it very useful when we decided to purchase a t6 to convert into a camper, so I thought nows the time to say hello and post a few pics of “Wynona” our self build van.
Conversion took 7 months to finish and we...
This is it my first VW, in fact first German vehicle! First full size van too although I did learn to drive in a blue Reliant Supervan which was actually surprisingly difficult to drive (but I didn't know that at the time!).
New around here so thought I would share some pictures of my pride and joy. Formerly used as my work van, I now have the chance to convert it so thought I would join the forum for some inspiration and advice. Haven't started to do anything to the van just yet, but hoping to real soon!
Well thats a stealth roof.. Now a stealth front end..
Part of the plastics were still matt black so its been into @BognorMotors to be sprayed gloss black and to have a tow bar fitted.
Really happy with the results, not to everyones taste but I'm happy!
What next? Thinking remove the...
I have a 2018 t6 and i'm converting it to travel a bit.
I'm planning to realize phonic and thermic insulation by projected cork (i'll post some pictures
when done) and dodo mat thermic insulation.
But for now i'm trying to find a leisure battery to fit under driver seat (left steering...
Picked this up last week after 5 years of T4 ownership.
Plans are to convert (as the T4 was) into a camper. Got a California bed and rails going in at the minute then need to decide what roof to have.
Big thanks to Simon and Oli @BognorMotors they put up with my constantly changing demands and...
This was not only the most expensive car I've bought but also the most specific and the smallest pool to choose from.
We are in Banbury and travelled south and north, eventually finding one outside Nottingham which was spot-on, even had the right colour.
I took my time and waited...
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I thought it was about time I put together a thread on my T6 journey from buying a kombi to converting and enjoying a bus that meets our various needs as a family.
Words and pictures to follow...
VW Transporter Highline, 150 DSG, High Top, Kombi - Starlight Blue Metallic
Full Proffesional Conversion by Universal Customs
Used for 2 weekends to camp in so is absolutely immaculate - has only covered 2250 Miles (Two Thousand, not Twenty)
We factory ordered this van in the spec we wanted...
I thought it was about time I posted up some info on the build of my T6. Me and the better half have been researching/wanting a T5/6 for a number of years.
So after much searching the spec I wanted came up at the right price in late 2017 and a deal was done...
So, I have a 2 year old T6 Kombi in Starlight blue. Its pretty standard, with side bars and roof bars. I would like to make it a little more interesting. Its a good colour but a little bland. Anyone any thoughts? Should I lower it, new wheels, chrome bits, decals? I don't want to go too...
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Got my van back this week from Vanworx down at Portland , absolutely chuffed to bits with it, it's absolutely stunning and me and the Mrs (and kids) are very , very happy !!
Can't speak highly enough of Vanworx , they have really pulled the stops out for us , just need some nice weather now
I recently picked up my first van and have started converting to a camper. Trying to do all the work myself apart from the pop top which a local SCA installer will be doing. Never done anything like this before so its a steep learning curve! Heres my progress so far -
How it looked...