I think my original guide has vanished so in case anyone is considering whitewalls.... I purchased a set of Whitewall flaps from www.ravus.de They turned up after a few days, well packed and after 2 years now I am still pleased with them. They still look as good as the day I fitted them, my van is a daily driver all year round including Salty roaded winter time. Should anyone be considering those cheap rubber flaps everyone sells - dont bother, they are potentially dangerous. You also have to deflate your tyre and fit them under the rims, none of that faffing with these. Effectively these fit to stainless rims that 'clamp' onto your steel wheels. You have a white pvc outer rim (the whitewall) in various widths and also red if you fancy, with a black under liner that takes the stress and reduces wear on the tyre and whitewall. These are held together with plastic clips set at regular intervals. You merley cut any moulding hairs from your side wall and push the whole thing onto your standard rims and BonJovi - its done. Its a neat idea and TUV tested so you know it wont blow your tyre or wreck your cheap rubber flappy doodars after 2 months! Use a mild bathroom cleaner to keep them in tip top condition. In fact my cheapo domed hubcaps have faired less well compared to the rims etc. Have a look , Volrink the guy who runs it is very good. They do different sizes so fit 15 in Beetle wheels too if you like. I would suggest you buy their stainless rims rather than the ones on sale over here (only because I dont know if they will fit the same?) You can buy individual parts as things get broken, lost etc etc. I paid about £100 2 years ago. Use Google Translate to help with the website but you will need a full set (wide white rims 14inch, with 1 packet of clips (covers a full set)) Or if you get stuck PM me happy to help. They do Paypal now also. A few tips -these will ruin your alloys so steel wheels only! Put some fablon or similar on the rim of your wheel first - just keeps the rust away a little longer (the rims have sharp teeth - be careful they eat fingers...) Pulling them off is a swine, but should you change tyres due to puncture or wear you buy your cheaper normal tyres and pop this back on - instant whitewalls again. Some pictures of mine.