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Whilst from the front the buses looked nigh on identical to their German cousins, the bus from the B pillars back bore more resemblance to the Split, with the Kombi having a 15 window split type rear end with narrow tailgate, and corner windows, along with late spec Bay rear lights, a right mixed bag. The trend was continued for the panel van, featuring double opening cargo doors, rather than the sliding door we’d become accustomed to on the European Bay.
Production of these hybrid buses continued up until 1997, in the form of Panels, Kombi’s, Single and Double Cab pickups. In 1981 VWB introduced a new 1600cc diesel for the bays, based on a Mk1 Golf Diesel engine, offered only on the panels, single cabs and the newly introduced double cab pickup.