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Welcome to The Kombi Club of Australia, a forum based community, uniting enthusiasts from around the world, sharing the same interest, The Kombi.
We've been online since 2005 and our friendly community continues to grow steadily. We welcome anyone with a love of Kombi's - even if you do not own one!
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Remember when I joined my first construction / mech service company in 1986 and they had just got a ......... fax machine! Still had the telex machine beside it. weird thing was they also had 3D cad machines Sun Sparkstation and Eagle Software package. ...
Slats finish near the separation panel There a 15 slats on most bay window utes. sizes are 1850 mm 10 in total with one square end and one splayed end at 25 degree angle cut with a 3mm flat section 1735 mm 5 in total with splayed ends at both ends agai...
I think you will find he is talking about the dipstick sender which replaces the oil dipstick on the engine. They in my experience tend to be a little more accurate by a number of degrees than the sump mounted ones as it doesn’t get cooled by the air pa...
This one ? 54938 '72 model chassis number 2086919 992651 = Pastel White Westfalia Dark Beige Leatherette P32 = Additional Tent 106 = Special cloth interior (?) 518 = Reinforced Hole in the roof (Westfalia) 51 2 7453 = Manufactured 51st week of 1971 2n...
Mark, ever thought of running your ipod directly to a 4 channel amplifier using a 3.5mm to rca cable as the input? Output to 4 decent quality speakers? No, but I like the idea.....it would allow me to keep the radio intact too :cool: Will look into this a...
A round up of the latest news from Kombi Club.
The Bus Stop began in 2004 and is now the Pacific region distributor for the leading supplier's of Type 2 parts, panels and accessories. Bringing the Volkswagen enthusiast an ever increasing range at the very best prices.
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The 2020 Easter Kombi Club Annual Bus Stop is being held in Dubbo, one of the most popular holiday destinations in New South Wales.
Dubbo City Holiday Park is located just off the Newell Highway and only 2 minutes from the city centre. The park provides the perfect base to experience all the region has to offer with a range of accommodation options for all needs and budgets as well as facilities including a shaded swimming pool, bouncing pillow and children’s playground. Spend the day exploring the towns history at Old Dubbo Goal, meet the locals at Taronga Western Plains Zoo or simply sit and back relax under the gum trees in the park.
Booking info below!
The agenda for the weekend is roughly as follows and may be subject to change so please be sure to keep an eye on the discussions and check back here often.
Group Photo Shoot: TBC
Cruise: TBC - to include wineries and lunch
Free afternoon to for you to explore the surrounding area, relax and then to get ready for the evening entertainment!
Gala Fancy Dress Dinner at the Dubbo RSL Club, Theme:- Vote Kops & Convicts or Zoofari fun