Retro fitting a Westy interior

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Retro fitting a Westy interior

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I have gotten my grubby mitts on a Westfalia interior. I'm in the process if re upholstering the rear bench as it was in a bit of a sorry state, however in parallel I am looking at fitting the structure of the rear bench. There are various mount points, both on the floor and also the rear in front of the engine access. I have checked and unfortunately none of those mount points exist so my question is what is the best way to create mount points in the various places?

Thanks in advance!

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Im wanting the same information
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They are additional mounting points westfalia, specific, assume is LHD ? I’m breaking a Westy so could cut the mountings out and measure their locations

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Measurements and pictures of where the mounts are would be good
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That would be great. Its a rhd but a twin slider.

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bmouthrob wrote:I have gotten my grubby mitts on a Westfalia interior. I'm in the process if re upholstering the rear bench as it was in a bit of a sorry state, however in parallel I am looking at fitting the structure of the rear bench. There are various mount points, both on the floor and also the rear in front of the engine access. I have checked and unfortunately none of those mount points exist so my question is what is the best way to create mount points in the various places?

Thanks in advance!

Hi bmouthrob

Where are you based? Im sure I have 1 mount left from when I fitted the westy interior in my syncro, I have no measurements but there is a lot of pics on my thread that may help you....http://forum.club8090.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=141925

With the mount you can easily make up some others, drop me a PM

cheers
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Hello i also need all this weld on captive nuts brackets.  Any for sale. Frode

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Drop me a PM mate

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