So after a timely cup of tea and biscuit, time to check out some of the other vehicles that had made the journey to Brighton Breeze 2017. One of the things I liked about the show was the variety on display, plenty of mods and stockers with everything in between!
Loved this ace looking sign written 15 window deluxe, cool way to advertise any surf shop! Who needs a motorhome to accommodate a growing young family? Plenty of room up top with this super Viking camper conversion pop top!
Nice to see a sorted single cab split screen with its rear hoops and canvas on, plus a front ladder to access the single bow roof rack. Commercials trucks are super cool, what better way to rock up to work! 🙂
If you’re going to customise your bus, you might as well go for it fully! This early crew cab, amongst other things, had a full set of frameless windows all around, including front and rear safaris!
Chestnut brown, chrome bumpers with a full length polished stainless steel roof rack up top, and polished Porsche fuch wheels below, very striking!
Good to see that high is now the new low… 😉 plenty of altitude attitude with this early bay Westy with its chunky all-terrain tyres. I quite fancy this look on my bus at some point, but equally, I love my white wall tyres as well, hmmmm, we’ll see…
‘stuff work… let’s go camping!’ 🙂 This crazy camper certainly had it all (and then some!) going on with their bus. Variety is certainly the spice of life in this instance!
Quite a few early and late bays at this year’s event. Some nice clean examples on show like this one with some chrome highlights and polished Fuch wheels
Loved this early bay Westy from Belgium, same colour as my old one 🙂 Again, loving the chunky all-terrain tyres it was rocking – tough looking camper! 🙂
Never had one, but this VW Type 14/Type 34 Karmann Ghia really did look the business! Understated colour, but it looks really awesome with a great stance!
Always like looking at the various details of different rides. I Really liked these polished aluminium, vertically opening windows. I believe they’re originally from a ‘Sundial’ conversion, a specific type of bus camper conversion from the US? Correction, they are apparently HEHR standard windows which were used in EZ and Sundial split conversions, but a larger size. Very cool looking, retro windows 🙂
Super cool bus! I think the Dormobile pop top roof is my favourite opening roof design. I love the side windows and vents on the roof, plus when open, its triangular shape looks like you have a tent on your roof! 🙂
All in all, a fun day out with plenty to see. Made all the better by the fact that Lorna was able to come down later in the afternoon from London for tea by the sea with me in the bus! 🙂 Nice way to finish off the day before we drove back home to Hastings.