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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF LIVETHEVANLIFE
18.4% of livethevanlife's followers are female and 81.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.00%. The average number of likes per post is 337 and the average number of comments is 7.
Livethevanlife loves posting about Video Blogger, Adventure, Travel, Photography.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR LIVETHEVANLIFE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF LIVETHEVANLIFE
- Travel & Tourism 78.18 %
- Photography 50.58 %
- Sports 50.30 %
- Art & Design 38.55 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 36.93 %
- Fitness & Yoga 36.84 %
- Business & Careers 34.00 %
- Music 33.34 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 32.69 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 32.61 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 32.19 %
Syncro Sunsets 🌅
Of all the cars I’ve ever owned my 1993 MexiBeetle was the one I least expected to last. That god damned thing has been one hell of a trooper. Still going strong and when stuff does break it costs pennies to fix it. I feel like I could keep it going forever, and just might! A great little around town car. And word on the street is it might be offered up as a rental when your Van is with me for my restoration services! Also a pretty strong lineup at Geraldos this afternoon... 71 bay window westy tin top, 91 Syncro Westy, and 93 Beetle! 🚕🌬🇲🇽.
Miki’s engine and transmission are back in. I can’t remember if I updated everyone but my plan to upgrade the motor to a GW 2.3 was foiled due to the fact that the block had already been align bored by VW Canada. It would have required oversized main bearings which are not available. And so it was either find another block and bring it down to La Paz, or rebuild his 2.1. I opted to rebuild the 2.1 with stock internals, machine the heads, and install all new gaskets throughout. I’m comfortable with this decision, and believe a well built stock motor to be the most reliable option, both for the motor, the transmission, and the rest of the drivetrain. I now advise those who ask to learn to appreciate the Vanagon for what it is, and not to try to turn it into something it was never designed to be. And my Miki build has certainly been an exercise in just that. One thing I may regret unfortunately is the T3 Technique poly drivetrain mounts, all of the feedback since I purchased them (for nearly $600 all in) had been that they are terrible for vibration and I should have gone stock. Wish I would have asked for feedback on those first. Most of the advise I share is based on hard lessons. I’ve made a lot of mistakes along the way and learned a lot that I try to share with the community. Who knows maybe I’ll get lucky with these after all and they won’t rattle my fillings out. I’ll know soon enough! 🚎🌬🇲🇽
This 1977 VW Westfalia has been parked in California since 1992. It might be my next restoration. If anyone out there is looking for a Late Bay Window Bus Westfalia and would like me to build it out for them let’s talk. In my opinion the late bays are the most useable bus camper models as they are very similar to Vanagon Westfalia’s in layout and functionality. 🚎🌬
Mikis mechanical overhaul is ongoing. His rebuilt transmission is going in this afternoon along with new poly mounts from T3Technique. Hopefully early next week the engine will follow and I can get him home to finish lots of small details that will bring the build all together. This winter I’m taking on a few projects for folks looking for similar builds in La Paz. Paint, Bodywork, upholstery and mechanical in partnership with Geraldos VWs. If your looking to do a partial rebuild, a full rebuild, or something in between, visit the link in my bio to start the conversation. Thank you to those that have already scheduled builds with me! As a reminder winter is a great time to visit Baja and with prices starting as low as $4,000 for paint and bodywork you could save a ton of money on your Van. 🔧🚎🌬🇲🇽 BTW: don’t those powder coated CLK wheels look awesome!?!
Counting the days until it’s cool enough to camp out here in Baja. I think we’re just a few weeks away. Until then, I’ll wrench away 🔧.
As many saw on my stories, yesterday was tire day for Pancho. I’ve been holding out on a new set until his build is almost complete. When I got him he came with some pretty tired old street tires that really had no business being on a Syncro, so this was long overdue. I last had a pair of General Grabber AT2’s on Penny my blue high top a few years back before switching those out to the more trendy BFG K02’s. Besides the beefy looks, I found the BFGs to be inferior to the Grabbers in every respect. They were louder, the van performed worse off road, and they wore quicker. Not to mention they were a lot more expensive than the Grabbers. I have no particular beef with BFGs so if you have them and love them that’s great, but that was my experience. Fast forward to yesterday and a set of the latest Grabber ATX’s were sitting on the floor of my local tire shop and just happened to be the exact 14” size I was looking for as Panchos rocking stock Vanagon alloys. (that are actually growing on me daily) Out the door the price was approximately $385 for a set of 4 mounted and balanced. Hard to beat that price! They have completely transformed the look of Pancho, and he rides soo much better, probably due more to the old tires being so bad. Regardless, so far in my limited testing I’ve found them to be quiet on the road, look great, feel great, and be easy on the wallet. If your looking for a new set of tires for your Vanagon, especially if you have stock 14” wheels, I’d suggest giving these serious consideration. 🚎🌬
Starting Mid November I plan to start offering my services for Paint and Bodywork in La Paz, Mexico. I have previously helped many people with paint in Tijuana but prices now start at 6k and up. Prices for basic paint and minor bodywork with me start at $4000 USD. Turn around time approx 8 weeks. If this is something you think you may be interested in please send me a DM. 🎨
Damn you Ford Escape.
The days are still quite warm, mostly the upper 90’s to 100 here. That’s meant that most days to get out of the house and get a little relief, we wait until the temperature drops just a little in the late afternoon and go down for a dip in the ocean in Pancho. It also serves as a good opportunity to take note of the few things I want to button up on him, but so far he’s really driven like a champ. Cars, VWs in particular, tend to have personalities. Some are bastards from the start, and some are mild mannered. Some you make deep connections with and some your dreaming of pushing off a cliff. For example, I never really formed a bond with my Bay Window Bus that I restored. It wasn’t that it was a bad Bus, I just never was able to form an attachment to it for whatever reason. The worst VW purchase I made was a 64 beetle with a horrible Subaru conversion and leaking air bag suspension. I sold it at a loss to a buyer who wanted to make payments on it. He made one and disappeared... not my finest moment... All this to say, Panchos grown on me. He’s mild mannered, and we’ve really enjoyed our nightly outings in him to dinner and the beach.
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