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Grenjs

 

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141. The other side locker.

142. Not sure what to do about this one yet.

143. A delivery from Holland. Aluminium trims

and edge rubbers. That big Artic for that

slim package!

     

144. The rear lounge roof. The ceiling board is kerfed to help on the curves.

145. 5mm apart across the entire board.

146. Meanwhile, the last of the back wall is broken

up and destined for the tip.

 

     

147. Time to tackle the front panel. The ali is cut and removed to reveal yet more filler foam :-(

148. With that done, attention is turned to the side.

Not a lot left here to build on...

149. ...But we manage to get a timber attached firmly.

     

150. A new section of floor is laid in the bathroom

151. New panel cut, shaped and inserted into the front.

152. The drivers side near complete.

   

 

 

   

153. The wheel arch is covered in ali to protect the wood framing.

154. Front locker door framing complete

155. The rear roof fixed into place - a real ball ache

job to do because of the Tischer curves.

     
     

156. The centre roof centre is fixed into place.

157. Inside view.

158. The ceiling board gap will be covered with a

wood trim

     

159.Both ceiling sections.

160. The wood lower side is now fixed into place.

161. Work starts on the overhead cab.

     

162. Roof and front removed.

163. Then the side walls and base is taken apart.

164. Ready to start rebuilding.

 

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