BONGO BRA

It's at Stourport on Severn 18 to 23 June. Arrange to meet up, ask questions, post photos.......

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BONGO BRA

Post by customcloth » Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:20 pm

Hi all

For all those at the bash who were lookin at my bra, you cheeky monkeys you.
They should be available next weekish. i will post details A.S.A for any one interested.

good weekend

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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by bongoing-mad-simon » Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:35 pm

hi customcloth i'll have one =D> =D> =D> =D> :D :D :D :D been looking for one for ages
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by WISHIHADABONGO » Sun Jun 22, 2008 10:09 pm

Got two stone chips on the way home as well :roll:
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by the janner vanner » Mon Jun 23, 2008 7:18 am

been looking out for this for ages, defo put me down for one, have see them on VW's but never on a Bongo. I unfortunatly wasn't at the national so am looking forward to hearing from you customcloth
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by andyh » Mon Jun 23, 2008 9:14 am

I was there and missed it too - looks great - is there a choice of colours? and how easy to fit and remove? Reason I ask is that I could have one printed up with our logo when the bongo is being used for work....
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by mister munkey » Mon Jun 23, 2008 9:34 am

Deal me in too CC.

Fed up with getting rid of sycamore tree sap from the bonnet every two days.

This looks like a funky protector. 8)

When are you likely to get some together?
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by daveblueozzie » Mon Jun 23, 2008 9:51 am

very very interested let us know a price please.
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by Bob » Mon Jun 23, 2008 10:16 pm

Very popular in Canada, never seen one in Blighty though. Useful bit of kit.
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by bigdaddycain » Mon Jun 23, 2008 10:31 pm

customcloth wrote:Hi all

For all those at the bash who were lookin at my bra, you cheeky monkeys you.
mister munkey wrote:Deal me in too CC.

When are you likely to get some together?

How did he know you'd be interested? :lol:
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by kit » Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:32 am

customcloth wrote:Hi all

For all those at the bash who were lookin at my bra, you cheeky monkeys you.
They should be available next weekish. i will post details A.S.A for any one interested.

good weekend
Please PM me details when finalised.
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by mikeonb4c » Tue Jun 24, 2008 2:08 pm

Looks Ab Fab but what does it actually do. I've got no stone chips on my 13yr old bonnet. Is there any danger that grit and stuff might get between the bonnet and the bra and end up abrading paintwork (I've just made this mistake with two stick on pieces for my rear door pillars - they were designed as removeable but on removing them grit had got in and scratched the paintwork a bit.

But a lovely looking thing - really suits the Bongo 8)
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by customcloth » Tue Jun 24, 2008 6:26 pm

I have owned a bongo for a year now and found that after a few long journeys that i had a couple of chips on the bonnet.
hence the bra was born...
I also own a classic split VW and I have had one on that for years.I also produce the vunda-bra for a friends company
check out www.volksheaven.co.uk
We have been making them for years with no problems on original paint and on some serious restoration projects.

The bra is designed to be used as follows.
1 Keep you paint work clean
2 Keep it polished with a good quality polish i.e. meguiars gold class (not plugging, but the best there is).
3 Ensure when the bra is fitted that no dirt is on rear of it or on the paint work.
4 Only use as required. I don't recommend leaving on for more than a 7 day period
without removal and letting air for a day.
These are not the solve all product for your van but they really do help protect your bonnet.

Hope this has answered some questions for people who don't know what there all about.
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by jaylee » Tue Jun 24, 2008 7:54 pm

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Thought i'd seen it somewhere before, & not just on a Beetle...
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Cheaper by comparison to a race horse...
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by mikeonb4c » Tue Jun 24, 2008 9:23 pm

Thanks customcloth. Would the best thing be to offer it on review to one or two members, or maybe the Bongomeister himself if he's not got enough on his plate already? It's a great looking thing, but it'd be a tragedy if someone thought they could wear it as bling then found they'd stuffed their paintwork.

Any idea on price yet, for those with an interest?
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Re: BONGO BRA

Post by daveblueozzie » Tue Jun 24, 2008 9:26 pm

maybe it can be used just for meets with your name on.
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