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My 1963 Volkswagen Kombi

The is used for camping and cruising, Amanda. Photo Gallery

an easy retirement for the star of movie Bran Nue Dae.

Are They Now shows generally out faded actors who few viewers Not this time. Arguably the of the 2009 Western Australian-based — and based on a succesful play — Bran Nue a 1963 Volkswagen Kombi is a happy and colourful member of the southern coastal city of

It’s a car that makes smile, says owner Williams, 22, an estimator with Shelford Homes. The Kombi has hers for four years and was for restoration.

It was one colour — green before I heard a company a Kombi for a movie, she says. I put my up and the company agreed to rent it. My who has a panel shop, did a base red and coat before it went up to

It was there that local set to work with hippie-inspired on the flat panels. The Kombi was the central point to a road by characters played by Ernie Missy Higgins and Tom Budge.

When it came back the artwork on it, I thought ‘wow’ I was so happy with it I wasn’t to change it, Amanda says.

The splitscreen Kombi is the second in the family. We had one in New Zealand but we sold it we came here, she says.

My Dad a splitscreen when we came to and because I love Kombis, I one. I found this in the It had no rust and a 1.5-litre engine it runs really well and had no problems with it.

The Kombi came with WA number plates but these changed for the movie. As a present for her birthday, Amanda’s father her personalised plates with the registration as the hand-made plates inthe movie.

The Kombi is for camping and cruising, says with her Suzuki GSX-R 750 for day-to-day travel. Yes, it has power than the Kombi.

Volkswagen Kombi

The officially known as the Volkswagen 2 Transporter, was introduced in 1950 and up numerous nicknames including minibus, kombi and because of its during the 1960s, hippie The first model was the Commercial (a and the Kombi (with side and seats) but variants such as the Deluxe Microbus and ambulance soon added. A single-cab ute was from 1952. From it received a tailgate. Engines with the Beetle’s 18kW air-cooled flat-four. In 1953 was upgraded to a 22kW 1.2-litre and to 30kW in 1959. The 1963 introduced a 38kW 1.5-litre upped to 40kW from The 1964 model had a wider door and optional sliding rather than hinged — side door. The 2, along with the 1947 H Van, are

among the first forward-control in which the driver was placed the front wheels and soon a trend in Europe. The split ended production in 1967, by the bay window range.

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The rear door bigger,just the window was plus was a twin cab ute.The bay window also offered an automatic.I my Kombi’s,first a splitty bought for because it was running bad.New and sold for $650 a few months !(was a bit rusty) The automatic bay had great acceleration but bad economy,still of fun though.

Andrewbris of Brisbane on 31 December 2013 8:06pm

I dont think that any version delivered splits had doors, they all had hinged bay doors.

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