1962 FLIPSEAT SO34 SUBHATCH CAMPER (sold)

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1962 FLIPSEAT SO34 SUBHATCH CAMPER (sold)

Post by westy_mick » Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:31 pm

I have made a decision to let this go as I have realised I have too many projects to complete . This one really is a great easy project for over the winter for some one with basic skills having had all the hard work done and NOT needing ££££££ on welding and sourcing parts, that all projects usually require! Once completed you will have a nice early small back window subhatch camper with the ultra rare flip seat up front. The ex California bus has had all new metal where needed and a fresh coat of 2K paint to a reasonable standard but not Concourse .It has been slightly lowered and sits on alloy wheels although I can throw in a set of stock wheels if you prefer .It also comes with a pair of og bumpers that will require some work before painting or for an extra £500 I have a nice set of US spec bumpers I bought for this bus your choice. The Engine which came with the bus will need going through as it is untested. Sorry but the Camper kit is long gone only the flip seat is there but that is reflected in the price.No tent but comes with a set of repop poles . Has had new brakes all round just need bleeding as well as new rubber for the windows etc .Bus has both vin & m code tags present and all duties and taxes are paid. Viewing welcome Call Mick 01226 383338 07970 849078 I live 5 mins JCT 37 M1 Quick sale £12,000 Bargin!!
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Re: 1962 FLIPSEAT SO34 SUBHATCH CAMPER

Post by hmartin » Thu Oct 29, 2015 4:31 pm

Hi Mick
PM on the way....
Cheers


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Re: 1962 FLIPSEAT SO34 SUBHATCH CAMPER

Post by andy66split » Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:43 pm

What was the sub hatch originally used for ?


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Post by Monstermoo » Fri Oct 30, 2015 12:17 pm

Nice to see something sound AND sensibly priced for a change.

Wrong timing for me, but GLWS!

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Re: 1962 FLIPSEAT SO34 SUBHATCH CAMPER

Post by NikC » Fri Oct 30, 2015 12:28 pm

hmartin wrote:Hi Mick
PM on the way....
Cheers
Hah - he couldn't resist !
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Post by hmartin » Fri Oct 30, 2015 4:41 pm

Well, you started it! Still hoping that Mick won't get back to me so I don't have to buy it......

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Re: 1962 FLIPSEAT SO34 SUBHATCH CAMPER

Post by gus08 » Sun Nov 01, 2015 4:54 pm

Hi Mick,
still for sale?
thx
gus


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Re: 1962 FLIPSEAT SO34 SUBHATCH CAMPER

Post by nick » Wed Nov 18, 2015 7:39 am

andy66split wrote:What was the sub hatch originally used for ?
Germans used it for a machine gun mount on all their military buses.

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Post by maddison » Wed Nov 18, 2015 8:39 am

andy66split wrote:What was the sub hatch originally used for ?
built in shower unit…on a rainy day

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