Specialist French Distributor for CAI
Serial Kombi has joined the CAI and SMITHS network of overseas specialist distributors, providing support for VW gauge and instrumentation customers in France.
Based in Versoud, near Grenoble, Serial Kombi has a passion for VW Vans and Cars. The company was established in 1999 after owners, Yolaine and Pascal, found that it was nearly impossible to find parts for VW Vans and Cars in France. Serial Kombi not only provide parts, but also run a popular repair and restoration workshop. Yolaine and Pascal were joined as a partner by Jean-Luc in June 2002 when they expanded into new larger premises. Serial Kombi have an open day planned for the 20th May in Grenoble and can be contacted via their website for further details.
The 15 strong team provides customer support and VW parts both in person and online. They specialise in:
- VW Split Bus (2/1950 - 7/1967)
- VW Bay Window (8/1967 - 7/1979)
- VW Transporter T25 (T3) (5/1979 - 7/1992)
- VW Transporter T4 (9/1990 - 6/2003)
- VW Transporter T5 & T6 (4/2003 - 2017)
"We are thrilled that the Serial Kombi team has joined our expanding specialist distributor network," said Gavin Roberts, CAI's Managing Director. "The VW community wants to speak with suppliers who are both knowledgeable and passionate about all things VW. Being able to supply our specialist gauges for the VW through Serial Kombi expands our ability to support customers across Europe and beyond. This is a fantastic announcement."
From their manufacturing facility in South Wales, UK, CAI designs and builds gauges and instrumentation for the VW and other classic vehicles. The VW range of instrumentation includes digital speedometers and tachometers, voltmeters, clocks, and gauges for fuel, temperature, and oil pressure. There is also a video showing how to fit a VW Bay Window Speedometer.
For more information on our new distributor in France, Serial Kombi, or for information on gauges and instrumentation for VW Vans and Cars, please contact us on:
Phone: +44 1639 732200
Via the website
Posted by Paul Fears on
29 March 2017 at 12:00 AM