Sliding Door Skin Repair Panel, up to Swage Line, Offside (Right) VW T2 Bay 1967–1973

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Made in the UK exclusively for JK. These brand-new repair panels for the sliding door on your early Bay have been made to the original specifications, so they’re a perfect fit. Each door skin panel has been treated with a rust-proofing agent to make sure that they’ll last you for years to come, too.

At a glance:

• Built to the original specifications, using 1mm steel, to ensure a perfect fit,

• Made right here in the UK, and available exclusively at Just Kampers,

• Created with Zinctec steel, which is far more resistant to oxidisation than untreated steel,

• Fits from the lower edge of the sliding door up to the swage line,

• Perfect for quickly and efficiently replacing a rusted-out panel on your beloved Bay.

Your T2 Bay might be more than 50 years old, and deserves to be fitted with parts which will last them another 50 years.

Fitting information:

These panels have been designed to fit the offside (right) sliding door on the VW T2 Bay built from 1967 to 1973. Often referred to as Early Bays, these vehicles have a number of differences from the ‘Late Bay’ built from 1973 onwards.


Measures 120 cm long and 82 cm high.

Looking for the nearside (left) panel?

If you want to replace the outer door skin on your nearside (left) sliding door, take a look at J45902.

Got a Late Bay?

If your VW T2 Bay was built from 1974 to 1979, we’ve also got repair panels for your van. Made at the same site here in the UK, using the same top-quality materials, there’s a panel for the offside (right) and nearside (left): J45756 and J45755 respectively.

What is the swage line?

On a vehicle, the swage line is a feature in bodywork on the side which helps add visual interest and occasionally adds extra rigidity to the body. Sometimes called the character line, the swage line on a T2 Bay runs around the outside of the bus about two thirds of the way up. Many Bays are painted white above this line, and a different colour below it.

What is Zinctec steel?

Zinctec steel has been coated with a thin layer of zinc, which makes it far more resistant to oxidisation – and therefore rusting – than untreated steel. Zinc is a really unreactive metal, so when exposed to oxygen in the air it does little more than form a thin layer of protective zinc oxide. Zintec steel uses electrolysis to add a layer of zinc to the steel, which is what makes it so resistant to weathering and rusting.