2weeks ago I had to go to St. tropez for business reasond! Very special trip as I picked up my good friend Drew from colomemotors.com and brought my trusty 15 window bus to our buddy Jerome from Ste. Maxime.
The first 2days the golfe de St. Tropez was very calm and nice and we had time to go to the Porsche meeting in the harbour.
People there freaked out over the 2 vans!
I liked a few of the STUTTGART machines.
But even more I liked spending a couple days with my buddies and cruising my bus on the costal roads in South France!
De cafe síl vous plait!
No clothing but sharp boats!
Le cinquante fenetre avec Drew a Port Grimaud.
Due to very heavy winds there was even surf in the gulf!
Au revoir! A bientot!
My wildest dreams came true! A german collector comissioned us to build these 2 RC car miles stones for his museum!
The base cars are here already and we will b starting very soon!
Remember this? There will be a No2 very soon!
A very solid base car was already located!
The Wild Willy will be based on our very own VEEP.
I can´t wait to see these two sitting next to each other in real size!
Low Mile 79Westi gets the finishing touches after a complete resto!
Early Westi needs an update in the brake and steering departement due to it´s 2,4L type4 engine.
These 2 need some tweaking and proper registration.
My ex-pickup gets a 2276 , S&N (slam&narrow) amd brakes with BRMs.
63 vert only needs the reworked instruments and can be collected!
The new dual port , dual carb engine for the grey 62 is almost finished. The birch green will get Fuchs rims and german registration!
The BUG BOX 59 ist waiting to get taken apart and being blasted!
The 60vert needs lowering, brakes gearbox and engine!
My 63 got a new floor and will be sitting on Cosmics before I take it to the South of France.
The 69 Deluxe is currently at the paintshop to get a fresh coat of Lotus White.
The 6-cylinder 23 window mmakes big progress!
We want to get the 6-cylinder fastback finished for the 2011 season!