Splitscreen Bus Cargo Doors

The complete range of VW Splitscreen Bus Cargo Doors are now available from Cool Air to fit all Splitscreen Buses from 1955 to the end of production. So that’s all models of Splitscreen Bus except the early Barndoor Models.

Manufactured by BBT in Belgium in their high quality Silver Weld Through program.

7 options of VW Splitscreen Bus Cargo Doors are available depending on the year of your Bus and can be used on Left Hand Drive or Right Hand Drive models.

As a Special introductory offer use Discount Code CARGO2020 to receive a 10% Discount off of your purchase (Available until 1st November 2020).

To make things easy for you we have listed the doors in year breaks for you.

Splitscreen Bus Cargo Doors – March 1955 to July 1958 Splitscreen Buses

These Buses have Cargo Doors known as High Hinge models.

1955 to 1958 Left Hand Drive Buses

1955 to 1958 Right Hand Drive Buses

Splitscreen Bus Cargo Doors -August 1958 to December 1960

These Buses have Cargo Doors known as high hinge but also have a recess in the door panel to stop the cab door handle from damaging the panel.

1959 to 1960 Left Hand Drive Buses

1959 to 1960 Right Hand Drive Buses

Splitscreen Bus Cargo Doors -January 1961 to July 1963

These were the first of the Low Hinge Cargo Door models. They also incorporate the recess for the cab door handle just like the 1958 to 1960 models.

1961 to 1963 Left Hand Drive Buses

1961 to 1963 Right Hand Drive Buses

Splitscreen Bus Cargo Doors -August 1963 to July 1967

The last of the original German manufactured Splitscreen Bus. These models still feature the high hinge and door handle recess but also were installed with a thicker door lock rod.

1964 to 1967 Left Hand Drive Buses

1964 to 1967 Right Hand Drive Buses

Fleetline and Brazilian Splitscreen Buses.

Depending on the year of your Bus you will need to identify which doors you will require from the descriptions. If in doubt, please give us a call or contact us on the Live Chat.

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