Discussion in 'Restorations' started by carlperkins001, Nov 24, 2012.
Those overriders look sweeeeeeeeeeet dude
ok so due to work i havent been able to do an update for ages, i had the day off today so cracked on..
i started by repairing this little hole. repaired the inside too but no pics..
I then started with the cut i got from dubscum the other week..
started making a sender access hole..
and lastly.. the passenger cab floor repair i made..
punched and primed..
i havent finished the floor yet, need some more welding and cleaning up, then ill put the arch under it and mark the edge where the floor meets the arch step. then trim.
Nice work on the fuel sender access panel carl
Ive sent a body cut up with my bus so paul can do me a tidy hatch
One of the previous owners hacked into the bus then just rivited a can over the hole
yeah its not too bad, could use a little more cleaning up. but not bad for an hours work.
I got in from work today and the sun was still out! :O
so I finished cutting out the parts to make the rear bumper over-riders.
then I thought.. the welders not too noisy. So I welded one up.
I've also just received some lovely trim that fits between the bumper and the overrider. to cover up any un-even gaps.
ill finish them off over the next week and hopefully get them fitted to the bumpers next weekend.
Nicely done and these lighter nights are a big bonus for sure
keep it up Carl, you'll soon be sorted!
Coming on fantastic ,those overriders look spot on mate
We found a similar access hatch to para's but it had been covered in about half an inch of seam sealer! - started to repair but seems sensible to go for the access hatch option
Great work BTW
liiiitle bit more done tonight. only did an hours work or so. because the weld dressing is noisy I don't want to upset the neighbours.
got the 2nd overrider welded up,
the pair together..
then i started a little bit of dressing...
dont know if your interested... but i have quite a lot of that metal spare if you need any for repairs? its the right profile so may be easier than using flat sheet metal.
can send you as much as you need for the price of postage. i know how hard it is to find the metal of the right shape lol.
Yes please! - I actually get over to Norfolk every other week so happy to pick it up if that's more convenient. I'll send you a PM. Mr B
I only did half a days work today as i'm a little tired, but I started off with finishing off the cab floor repair I started the other week..
then I blobbed some of the holes in along the rear NS window.
cleaned up and painted my new tank straps. My ones have been repaired so I got these off of Dubscum a couple of weeks ago.
I randomly decided to take a flap disc to the cargo floor to get rid of all the surface rust, there was a big patch in the middle so I stripped it and primed it.
got the surface rust off the windscreen frame and primed
then I moved back onto my rear over riders, I got the welds dressed, and then primed. Then fitted the rubbers and the delux trim I got off Ebay.
total cost so far for all 4... £30. Not bad at all!
and a couple more little bits and bobs I did today, repaired a hole in the windscreen frame..
then the rear support for the above engine bit..
Nice work on the overriders, a snip at 30 notes compared to original ones
Hello fellow Norwich person , nice work indeed !
nice work buddy, coming along really nicely, at about the same stage of my restoration at the moment, but your working way faster than me. love the bumper over rides look smart. could i be cheeky and ask if you could send me the dimensions to make my own too. keep up the good work looking forward to following your restoration
looking great mate keep going!
tommy, yeah no problem mate. If you pm me your address ill post them to you.
Cheers for the comments guys!
Those overriders look cool. I might have to make a set for mine.
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