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Sell your Bay Window Bus (1968-1979) parts here.

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Bus seals sale

Post by werksberg » Sat Nov 29, 2008 3:29 pm

1968 - 1979 Bus door seals Pair (D & P side) $30

1972 -1979 rear Cargo door seal OEM $125

1968 - 1979 Side slide door seal German $125
Brazil $100

1968-1979 Front windshield seal Brazil $30

1968-1979 Engine weather seal German $60

Plus shipping (I like to use USPS Flat Rate Boxes at $10 to $12 each within the USA!) and 7 3/4% Calif. sales tax (if you live here...)

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Post by hambone » Tue Jan 06, 2009 3:50 pm

What about bus engine compartment sound deading sheets (masonite?)? They mount to the roof right above the engine. Don't think anyone is making them, you can corner the market.

Early bays used solid sheets, later bays had many perforations.
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Post by werksberg » Mon Jan 19, 2009 3:47 pm

Hmmm...good point! I'll keep an eye out for a connection for some heat and oil resistant sheet materials.

I'll look a few friends engine compartments for what they have for ideas too.

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Post by werksberg » Tue May 05, 2009 9:37 am

hambone wrote:What about bus engine compartment sound deading sheets (masonite?)? They mount to the roof right above the engine. Don't think anyone is making them, you can corner the market.

Early bays used solid sheets, later bays had many perforations.
A friend of mine is having a CNC lazer company to make these engine bay sound deadner panels and he hopes to have them at the OCTO Bus show on Sat. before the VW Classic.

Bill & Steve's VW Shop (562) 923-3251 already has some of them....but the guy that made them hand drilled all the holes himself.....can you say time extensive!
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Post by hambone » Tue May 05, 2009 9:42 am

Early bays don't have the holes. I actually wound up using my originals. Unwarped them in the rain, sealed the cracks and rips and painted with oilbased Rustoleum. Look like new!

Hey where are your front door seals made? Are they still on sale?
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Post by static » Tue May 05, 2009 10:41 am

My 1971 has the holes.

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Post by hambone » Tue May 05, 2009 10:44 am

68-69 two year only parts? Here we go again!
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Post by dtrumbo » Tue May 05, 2009 11:11 am

hambone wrote:68-69 two year only parts? Here we go again!
My '70 has the tar-board looking stuff with no holes like yours. So make that three-year-only!
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Post by vistacruzer » Wed May 06, 2009 10:00 am

what would you use to hold them up? mine is gone
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Post by hambone » Wed May 06, 2009 10:02 am

There are metal tabs that bend over around the perimeters of the boards. I also used Liquid Nails TM underneath.
I'll show you next time I sees ya.
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Post by vistacruzer » Wed May 06, 2009 5:34 pm

cool :pirate:
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Post by werksberg » Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:57 pm

hambone wrote:Early bays don't have the holes. I actually wound up using my originals. Unwarped them in the rain, sealed the cracks and rips and painted with oil based Rustoleum. Look like new!

Hey where are your front door seals made? Are they still on sale?
Sorry, I missed seeing there was any posts on this thread. The door seals are Braisilian made door seals that are $30 for a pair.
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Post by pjalau » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:36 am

And confirming, my 1970 does not have the holes either.








History of Holes by Peters improbably history with apologies to Mr. Peabody and his boy Sherman.

Holes appeared in 1971. Previous to that, there were no holes. Anywhere. Ever. The hole was invented in January 1971 accidentally by Dr. Robert Hole while deep frying a powdered dough. Dr. Hole was a former police officer who offered them to friends who remained in the force. The multipurpose of the hole was immediate recognized and used for a wide range of products including masonite engine sound deadeners for late bays. There are also other uses for the hole. (The author respectfully requests that all comments outside the bounds of common decency be posted as either a clever double-entendre, or not at all.)



P.S. I have a creative excercise to work on today, thanks for an opportunity to warm up.

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Post by werksberg » Sun Aug 02, 2009 3:25 pm

hambone wrote:What about bus engine compartment sound deading sheets (masonite?)? They mount to the roof right above the engine. Don't think anyone is making them, you can corner the market.

Early bays used solid sheets, later bays had many perforations.
The '68 - '71 Weekender model Bus engine compartment firewall kit does not have holes in them as they are smaller panels that fit up into the areas between the steel bar supports. I need to get my hands on a set asap.

But here's the non Weekender model (spare tire in the DS rear upper storage tub area) '68 - '71 Bus firewall kit (2x piece) $65 plus shipping:
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And here's the '73 - '79 Bus firewall kit (3x piece) $65 plus shipping:
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Both come with all the hardware like the 3/16" oversize head alum pop rivets and you use the stock bend over tabs too.

The '73 - '79 kit includes black oxide sheet metal screws for the engine check lid...which is included in the kit too.

I do have a '72 year only OEM firewall kit (2x piece) here and I hope to get to those masters in the coming weeks.....
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