Discussion in 'Restorations' started by outlaw, Aug 11, 2011.
looking good as always mate
hows the trimming for the curved part of the seating area comming along?
this is a great looking bus
I have now started to shake out the teething bugs with her so keep your eyes open you may see her around the streets of Ferndown and Bournemouth
I am not doing the trim work Dale - Chris at Vdub trimshop is doing it - he has done the whole bus and its quality and its very good on price
a few snaps she is oh so close now a few little bits of trim to come - still have a sticky throttle pedal - hot start fault - and other very minor issues - Gladys goes to a prom on Thursday best get my finger out
A couple of little shots as she was got ready for the dorset volksfest
Yes, she's perfect! way to to!!!!! love the yellow lights and the rug.
someone shot a picture of the old girl at swanage I think its the best pic i have seen of her so far
Well just a little update =-- Yep Gladys is in bits again for some more goodies - She is going to have a air ride set up on the front - A deluxe belt line trim - I have just finished building and detailing a pair of twin carbs , lots more detail for the engine - I hope to be out and about a lot this year toot and wave if we pass or if you see her at a show come and say hi
Awesome interior nice long build =)
Air bags or air shocks mate?
shox and my own ezi rider set up
Hey @outlaw whats the foam like on your rear seat, to sleep on? is it comfy? what type of foam is it? Im after doing something similar with our interior but need to find the right foam for the bed! Also did the jag seat fit straight it width wise? top work as usual mate, really well done!
Oh one more thing, how does that seating layout work for you in the back, in terms of functionality, is there anything you'd change about the layout you have chosen?
sorry for all the questions
love it, just love it buddy!
What are the wheels?
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