Importing a VW - Advice

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by GTE88, Aug 7, 2020.

  1. Aren't the ends the same? I thought the 68 difference was only at the spindle end...blade fittings are universal types?
  2. I don't think so, the blades are a different width for a start by what I remember. I've got some stored away and will check if I get time.
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  5. You got something better to do? :)
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    It has English number plates doesn't it... so is still registered in UK.

    Certainly not Italian plates.

    No importing to do is there?
    Just drive it back.
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  7. Looks like a 1000 mile drive back to the UK = at least 2 days (unless you're mental). At 25mpg that is 40gal petrol @ £5.50/gal that's at least £220 in fuel. Flights out, a few nights camping/in a hotel, meals etc and it's not looking so cheap.
  8. As said, there are plenty of Bays for sale in the UK and with a 14k budget you should find a really good one, and you can see and try before you buy.
  9. Thank you all for your replies. One actually came up over the weekend not far from where I live so I have paid a deposit and pick it up next week :cheers:
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  10. Do you have any pictures?
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    Henceforth to be referred to only as "The lovely Duncan".
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  12. Looks like a good one. :thumbsup:
    And Hurrah for The Lovely Duncan :D
  13. Well done "The Lovely Duncan" :thumbsup:
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    You could name your bus...

  15. The Lovely Duncan is never going to live this one down:lol:
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    It was working earlier, but said "Sold". I wonder if they take them down after a while?
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