211945241 Lens for combination tail/stop/direction indicator lamp

In 1955 the option M164 was provided by Volkswagen for the USA market.
Volkswagen stopped using the central brake light on the decklid on 05-04-1957.
From now on they outfitted the buses with dual taillights who had the functions: tail/stop/direction indicator light. This is possible while the current of the brake light switch is running over the indicator switch.

211945117 Rim for combination stop/fail light
211945185 4X Screw for rim 211945117
211945187 6X Rubber washer for screw 211945185
211945237 Reflector for combination stop/tail light
211945241 Lens for combination tail/stop/direction indicator lamp

211953513A Switch – Direction indicator (self cancelling) M164

In 1955 the option M164 was provided by Volkswagen for the USA market.
Volkswagen stopped using the central brake light on the decklid on 05-04-1957.
From now on they outfitted the buses with dual taillights who had the functions: tail/stop/direction indicator light. This is possible while the current of the brake light switch is running over the indicator switch.

Prior to this self cancelling switch, Volkswagen used the same switch as used for semaphore or direction indicated buses.(211953521)
The wiring diagram shows how a switch with 3 connectors is used.

211905205F Distributor 36HP ZV/VJR 4 BR 25/1

1200cc 36HP engines up to engine number 3 580 000

Points = 111998051
Distributor cap = 111905207B
Distributor shaft = 111905217
Rotor = 111905225C
Sealing disc = 111905241E

BOSCH Distributor 0 231 129 010
The 010, famous as a period performance upgrade, was actually a Bosch factory replacement for the VJR 4 BR 25, a distributor introduced in May, 1959 for the bastard 40hp engine for the 1959-1960 transporter.
The unit, a mechanical advance distributor, has the same advance progression as its predecessor, providing approximately 10 degrees advance at 1400 rpm as measured at the distributor, 20 degrees at 2800 rpm at the crankshaft.