We received a invitation to attend the christening of Byron (baby boy!) The invite was really nice, but the stamp really caught my eye!
To borrow from the description on the Australia Post website:
We were so excited to find out the makers of the VW Camper Tent have made a kids version!
We are eagerly awaiting them from our supplier, who have told us they should be available in a couple of months.
It comes in blue and pink, and folds up in an awesome VW wheel carry case!
We recently posted a sneak peak photo of one of our Kombis we just painted yellow, and after seeing where the interior was up to I couldn't resist posting another!
The checkerboard lino goes perfectly with the upholstered seats, and the black side cards finish the look off very elegantly.
After we finish off the interior we need to do a little work on the motor, but then finally she should be up for sale!
We stumbled across a VW graveyard on the weekend! It was very cool, with heaps of old VW Beetles, and a few Bay Window Kombis, Splitscreens and Type 3s.
These are the ones we saw out the front of the property, but it looked like there was a lot more down the back!
None of the ones we saw looked like they'd be back on the road any time soon. Apparently the guy has been collecting them for 30 years!
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