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Date:         Wed, 14 Mar 2001 21:06:59 EST
Reply-To:     JordanVw@AOL.COM
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From:         JordanVw@AOL.COM
Subject:      Re: the "Kombi" .... was:Re: my new 85 vanagon
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In a message dated 3/14/01 8:46:40 PM Eastern Standard Time, jbrush@AROS.NET writes:

> vinyl seats, and rubber floor mats, no cloth or carpet. no tach. > >usually no power steering. in other words - a PANEL VAN WITH WINDOWS AND > >SEATS. > > And a great machine to take care of. Sand from the beach? Dirt from the > trail? Mud from just about anywhere? No sweat, let it dry, sweep it out > and its as good as new. After using this plain jane, I have a hard time > convincing myself to upgrade to a vanagon with carpet (although I am > hoping to get my cloth front seats cleaned enuff to use them) Maybe I am > just slow to convert ;) > >

a friend of mine used to have a 71 Kombi.. it was great..just hosed out the cargo area when it got dirty, no interior panels in the rear to hold water. didnt even have to worry about standing water in the van after washing it out. it just drained thru the rust holes in the floor :<) chris


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