Volkswagen Type 2, early Bay Window, registered July1972 (K reg). Original UK RHD, well-maintained and restored. Freshly rebuilt 1641cc engine with electronic ignition. Disc brakes.
MOT until October 2018, now MOT exempt. Only MOT advisory in October 2017 was slight play in rear wheel bearings...
VW TYPE 2 BAY WINDOW CAMPER VAN - DEVON MOONRAKER CONVERSION (located in Bournemouth, DORSET)
1972 (CROSSOVER YEAR MODEL) (manufactured 06.06 1972) - TIN TOP - 1.6L - WALK THROUGH
TAX EXEMPT & MOT'D (new MOT carried out 20th April 2015)
ORIGINAL DEVON INTERIOR
MUCH RESTORATION WORK CARRIED...
For Sale is my Vw bay camper crossover. Fully restored.
I part-exchanged my T4 for this a couple months ago and I am only selling so soon as I need to free up some cash.
When I got it the engine was shot so I had a 1600 twin port fitted at evil bens garage along with an oil temp gauge. It now...
Selling my 72 Crossover bay due to redundancy. I bought this last year with the intention of doing a rolling restoration. The good news, this van has very little rust and has been on the road most its life. It has MOT/Tax and can be driven away. The bad news, this van has been patched in...
RHD tax exempt 1972 Crossover bay with 11 months' MOT - NOW SOLD
We've got a RHD tax exempt 1972 Crossover bay with 11 months' MOT - round front, low lights, square back. We're looking for £6000 for it. It's totally solid underneath, no rust on jacking points, etc. And dry...
Newbie question:- Looking for advice please - i'm thinking of buying a crossover bay 1972, she's got most spare parts to bring her back to life but no interior.
Are there any major downsides of going for a crossover bay?
Is it harder to find spare parts?
Have they got any dodgy issues I need...
hi all, i need to do the outriggers/jacking points, sills, etc on my crossover 72 bay,
will the brazilian complete ones fit? are they any good?
also, front arch am i right in thinking its a later outer arch with an early step? does this mean the arch needs extending lower to allow for the...
A 1972 Bay crossover and i wanna rebuild the whole of the wheely bits bearings brakes, everything behind the alloys :D
Is there a company that will sell a package that i can do all of this in one go ?
Anybody also got any suggestions on this whole matter :)
many many thanks in advance :hangloose
Firstly apologies if this is in the wrong forum, I just need some advice on my crossover bay project
it needs a shed load of work. Already nearly finished one corner and got a new front (nearly) on.
it needs the other 3 corners doing, outriggers jacking points.. chassis rail looks good...
Boo hoo a sad day, :( my thread has been closed due to over 500 posts, i got to fourth in the league too with 51k views :) But never mind a clean sheet to post some more stuff on :lol:
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