About

I’ve been collecting and working on old VW’s since I was a kid. My first bus (in about 1973) was a beautiful black panel with cab divider & semaphores. 

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Since then, I’ve owned a lot of different VeeDubs: Beetles, Karmann Ghias, Baja Bugs, Air-cooled type 4’s, Water Boxers and customs. But I always come back to split window buses. They’re the most simple, reliable, best-engineered vehicles ever made. Parts are still plentiful and they’re easy to work on. vw-split-window-bus-safari-windows-abq You can modify them with a high-performance engine, camper interiors, safari windows, rims, tires, roof racks, the list goes on and on… There’s nothing like cruising a classic bus with the safari windows kicked open and the wind in your hair.

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My wife and I decided we need a change of scenery. We plan to downsize our living space and our possessions.  One of the first steps  involves selling my favorite vehicles,  afterward  the house with two garages and workshop. (A.K.A. the “Garage Mahal”)

At the time of this writing, after pairing down my collection of vintage buses, I’ve saved the best for last. There are two buses left: the Sundial Camper & my personal ride, the Dual Cab Shop Truck. I would also like to sell my favorite runabout, the Daihatsu Hijet.

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Please contact me for more information.

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