Westy Bravo - Clasico Leather Cabinet Tool Organizer
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From maufacturer Venture-Libre: Introducing the Westy Bravo Clásico. You've begged us to offer a Bravo version that returns to the simplicity of the first version, and we've taken everything we've learned since we made the very first Westy Bravo in 2017 and have tweaked and refined it to give you the very best and simplest Bravo that we can design. Improvements over the original include an extra row of tool slots overlaid on the top row, which boosts the tool slots to now number 22! The included pouches at the top now feature improved construction to help hold their shape, and improved snap tabs.
The Westy Bravo Clásico is a stylish and functional tool organizer utilizing the "dead" space behind your 1980 to 1991 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia Camper's wardrobe cabinet. This space, previously empty behind your hatch, can now be utilized to safely, cleanly, and stylishly stow and organize the tools you need to help keep your Vintage ride on the road. As every classic VW owner knows, many simple mechanical problems can be remedied on the side of the road with just a few tools. It used to be, you needed a tool bag stowed somewhere in the Van, taking up precious space. Not anymore! Your tools are right where you need them, directly over the engine bay.
Fits: Westfalia Full Campers, Multivans, and Wolfsburg Weekenders!
• Double row of tool slots (22 Slots in total!)
• 3 large storage pouches at the top
• Our Signature "Crazy Horse" artisan leather
• Premium stitching
• Simple and secure button snap attachment system
• Includes installation hardware and detailed instructions
We've only been around a few short years, but in that time the Westy Bravo has already proved itself a Classic. The Westy Bravo Clásico, there's simply no better way to store your tools and spares in your classic Westfalia Camper Van. Period.
Designed in Portland, hand crafted in the mountains of Central Mexico.