First found now days.
Motor-vation...that huffs and puffs all the way home......
Supercharged Motor, 3.8ltr GM Injected V6. The stainless steel air box houses a
kustom radiator, and works a treat. The motor is fitted to a long range in house
transmission, giving the bus very good ecconomy, with round 42 Kph per 1000 RPM.
This works perfect on the freeways, and a great hill climber.
A 4 spider billet diff centre, a fair bit stronger than the standard cast version.
Still not a racing car, and not ment for drag racing, but nice enough to hold
together with normal road use with several hundred horsepower plugged into it.
Cock Pit...... where all the fun happens, this is my favourite part of the bus,
The gas pedal and the steering wheel. But like everything, There are
things Im looking forward to changing, but thats another story.
Back stalls or the cheaper seats, have been reformed to get that shape,
I have no idea what it like to sit in the back, but they look good.
Dropped front wheel arches, dropped sills, just a little bit creative.
Helps to give the bus a very low look.
This bus has been a daily driver/project bus/test sled for all the years Ive owned it. I dont think a year has gone past without something on, in, under the bus has been changed, modifed, put back.. This bus has been a test bench for most of the things we make and play with, as this model is the same wheel base as a split screen. So, its been a faithful old thing.
Its the most fun you could have in a kombi.