Discussion in 'Restorations' started by paradox, Aug 10, 2011.
Heres my 1978 bay during its journey to be road worthy once again
cab floor repair done
Front beam dropped
More to come when photobucket stops playing up
keep it up buddy!
As I was saying in the other place - you wanted a bumper to bash straight? I have some that really wouldn't take much repair if you still want one. Front or back matey? When I get my bus going, I'll be going on a UK tour and I'll drop it off.
Cheers zed thats awesome its a rear one i need
looking good its relay coming on
Thankly muchly zed have some karma
way hay its coming on owen nw
Keep at it mate . Slowly but surely I'm sure you'll have a cracker in time
beam repair looks well done...keep at it mate
crack on dean, we need to go camping again ;D
great job para, is the beam back on yet?
No its not back on yet dude
Ive a few holes to weld up on the seat tubs then im going to underseal underneath the entire cab area before refitting the beam
Ive dropped of the suspension arms at a local gargage to have new ball joints pressed in and ive stripped,etch primed and painted the anti roll bar today
The wifes not working tmw so im hoping to get the spindles,backing plates etc stripped and painted
Well ive just found out the wifes doing overtime tmw and ive got to clean out feed and walk the father in laws dogs in the morning
So no bus work tmw
What does your missus do Para?
Works her backside of for laimsburys
It really gets my goat that she gets less per hour for overtime and they wont contract her over 14 hours a week
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