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Diary of a Restoration Diary of a complete restoration of a Karmann Ghia coupe. Year to year with pics One article states that sometime between and the owner of a nursery visited the Binz coachwerks in Germany.
He was in need of a vehicle that would be able to transport plants, materials, and workers to and from jobsites.
In addition to having the standard truck bed it also needed a protected space for transporting sensitive plants. Thus, according to the story, the crew cab was born.
Perhaps the nursery owner story is correct and the dates are wrong. According to some reports, you could also take your VW single cab to Binz and have them convert it for you.
My guess is that after the first conversion for the nursery owner, if that story is true, the next several conversions were performed on customer vehicles until a contract with VW was agreed upon.
The practice of converting customer vehicles may have continued concurrently with the VW contract but almost definitely continued after the contract expired.
This would account for the existence of post '59 Binz crew cabs rumored to exist. The practice of converting customer trucks makes it difficult to verify the start date of Binz production.
Theoretically, you could have taken your '53 single cab to Binz in to have it converted so the existence of a '53 Binz does not necessarily mean Binz started production in The process of the conversion was very straightforward.
VW sent single cabs in primer with belly pans, like the deluxe and the double door busses, to the Binz factory. The conversion was performed by taking the stock VW single cab, cutting the back section of the cab off, and moving it rearward approximately 85 cm.
A roof section, third door, and wall panel were then installed to enclose the new, larger, passenger cabin. As an option, the owner could have Binz paint the truck for an additional fee of dm in The paint quality on these trucks was very poor.
The engine compartment was left in primer and the ashtray was left in when the cabin was painted. My intention was to restore, but plans change and I need to concentrate on other things.
The truck will need rust repair on the outriggers, doglegs, rockers, treasure chest floor, lower nose, battery tray, and a few other places.
I'll let the pictures show what is what. Original engine gone, but engine in bed included. No rear bumper. From what I can tell the bus was painted a blue-ish paint in the 's, they also did the cab area.
But the paint is literally flaking off on the inside, and I'm sure you could get it back to primer and dove blue on the outside will not much work.
Treasure chest door is a bit tweaked, and the gates are decent but do have some rust holes. Roof is real nice as are parts of the truck, it's just the typical New England rust that stinks.
Driver's side slider glass gone. Frame rails are solid with plenty of surface rust. The rear end is locked up, the clutch pedal is pushed to the floor, but the rear wheels will not turn.
I don't think the rear brakes are frozen, as both wheels move a little bit. My guess is that the hockey stick is broken. Not sure though. So, the truck is not a roller as I would like it to be.