Discussion in 'Restorations' started by PIE, Mar 9, 2015.
one word. Superb!
She's fighting a bit, stalled now waiting till Monday when some parts we didn't even know we didn't have arrive, I am getting the blame for throwing the front hub spacers out with the bath water, well I say bath water more bowl of red diesel!!
Just catching up with this Dave - doesn't she look pretty
Not so much in the weeds as in the clouds, the wheels make me laugh, not cos of the hight but the skinny width!!
Well me speedo needle has arrived from LA as the original was the the same consistency as a mummies wrappings and the end snapped off, as it is not much bigger than a match stick I was surprised it came rattling around in a box that the speedo could fit in ........twice!!
Ready to drive home on the first dry day, will do the interior in me garage where its warmer!!
very nice, looks like new
Looks absolutely fantastic man. A great job that you’re doing there. I wish that I had 10% of your skills!
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Stunning absolutely stunning
Back at home interior starts tomorrow, I have the cab panels, OG type, have a seat cover on order in OG blacl pebble from the US with the white stitching, have a Rusty Lee full width R+R so its trailer on to get some ply and crack on.
Starting the interior, making an overhead Im going to clad in oak ply, ,
Rear facing twin to match the rusty lea R&R
Door cards fitted
Everything up front Im going for the OG Kombi look, original seat material from the US covers fitted, meanwhile in the rear overhead clad in Oak, due to the rubbish quality of the cabinet latches available had to make one from a quality bog latch.
Rear waiting for soft furnishings, not quite my thing so going to vision upholstery!!!
Jump seat clad
Door table built and fitted, has two levels so flat open and closed
Seems more "finished" with a radio
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