Archive for February, 2013

Destinations: The Pozo Saloon

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Destinations: The Pozo Saloon

An absolute must if you’re visiting the Central Coast, the Pozo Saloon is all that’s left from the once bustling town of Pozo, and is a reminder of past times of gunslingers and outlaws. This place is an absolute time warp established in 1858. They not only have great food and beer on tap, but […]

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Cool Vans: Westy Werks Shop Truck – 1959 VW Single Cab

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Cool Vans: Westy Werks Shop Truck – 1959 VW Single Cab

Our shop truck is finally back on the road! It was a sad day at the shop when the clutch went out on our trusty shop truck, a 1959 VW single cab. We have been so backlogged with jobs lately; it took a couple of months for us to find time to get the job […]

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Restoration Project: 1990 Syncro Westfalia

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We recently acquired this 1990 Syncro Westfalia. We were originally going to do a full Westy Werks build on this vehicle and then put it up for sale, but when it arrived, shop owner Jonathan Jurgens decided he just had to have it for his own. As you can see, it’s in need of some […]

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Propex HS2000 Furnace and Thermostat Upgrade

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This system is a must have for anyone using their camper in cold climates. Just set the thermostat to your desired temperature, and when you return from a day of fun, your camper will be nice and toasty. You can mount the thermostat virtually anywhere, but we recommend the upper-forward part of your cabinet. The […]

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New FOX Shock Absorbers from GoWesty

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Recently, GoWesty released their exclusive Fox shock absorbers, available for both 2-wheel-drive and Syncro. The set for the 2-wheel-drive is available only as non-adjustable, but for the Syncro, they offer both adjustable and non-adjustable. We’ve had the opportunity to install several sets, and man, are they nice? Especially when your tires meet the dirt! Whether […]

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