Researching the history of T2s

Discussion in 'Type 2 History' started by 2435mick, Jan 4, 2013.

  2. Really big thanks everyone for your assistance, AND I now know the difference between an M plate and a vin plate (gona get my numbers of the camper cos thats dry and in the garage ;D
  3. The first one's defo a kombi or microbus, the one on the trailor's got a devon poptop, but looks slightly like it might be a panelvan conversion, but i can't really make it out properly. The m plate destination code is interesting, UF, were's that?
  4. rickyrooo1

    rickyrooo1 Hanging round like a bad smell

  6. My camper is a Kombi bus built March 1973..... therefore I totally dip out for free tax >:D, this is what I was hoping for, a site like this
    Once again, many many thanks everyone for your, anyone fancy a shed load of welding with me ;D ;D ;D
  7. Have just tried our M-plate number in the above link and it started life as a Kombi van, that explains the twin sliders and the full width bulkhead panel!
    Thanks for the info :)
  8. rickyrooo1

    rickyrooo1 Hanging round like a bad smell

  9. Thank you
  10. Can anyone help, Iv been paying road tax and it needs renewing now. My log book says, first registration 1974 , but having done the m plate , it says
    Planned production dateFriday, 09 March 1973
    , Soooooo does that mean, I am tax exempt now ,, many thanks

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