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Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by splitbus, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Cat got some new shoes, thanks to Roy @ Busstop, there was a little delay in getting them:umm: out of Roy's control, but he kindly put in a couple of extra goodies for me:D , so thanks Roy;)
     

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  2. Split 1

    Split 1 New Member

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    Nice.
    My favorite wheel

    Dave
     
  3. Kombi Kapers

    Kombi Kapers Active Member

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    Splitbus,
    It's all lookin really good there.

    I'm still sorting out wheels and tyres for Professor Plum so would be interested to know what size tyres and wheels you settled on, particularly the tyre profile?

    Thanks,...John
     
  4. Syncro27

    Syncro27 Well-Known Member

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    Awesome. Cant wait to see this one finished.]


    Great work.
     
  5. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Tyres are 195 / 60 / 15's and wheels 15 x 5.5's, have got the same on my 74 bus, perfect fit
     

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  6. 2slow

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    Love the colour and the wheels, look forward to seeing it in the metal.

    Cheers

    Bobby
     
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  8. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Seats done, also fitted all the steering bits and bobs
     

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  9. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Slowly does it, I will get there one day, thanks to Brad, got my last chrome strip for interior panels (long one)
     

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  10. baykruzer

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    Wow........ nice work mike
    comming along nicely. love the interior colours
     
  11. Resol

    Resol Active Member

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    Looking the money Mike!!!!!!!!!
    Nice job
     
  12. mish13

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    Very nice, love the interior
     
  13. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Ok, had a go at the head lining this past week, I am useing a track system that I use in my business, for home theatre, meeting/board rooms.

    I screwed in some ply to the roof braces first, then screwed the track to it and the inner side of the gutter cap, put in some dacron then streched the vinyl over, I have got to do the back half yet, will build a overhead shelf/speaker housing first then finish up to it
     

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  14. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Speaker box now done, just got to fix it in place, also picked up a little sun protection at RTTS, more work
     

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  15. Resol

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    I was looking at that sun visor!!! :)
    It went quick and I saw you with it mike.. so I think I might be able to spot you next meet!!
     
  16. Tin Bits

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    Looks great Mike but i think the shade would be the go on Angus as it fitted nice. Looking forward to a run together when yours is on the road if you don't mind running with rat.
     
  17. scotty*85

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    ha ha i saw him to had a grin ear to ear.

    iv got one of those sitting downstairs......you cant open the safaries up with one on but can you, i didnt bolt mine on but when i held it up the safaries only went half way and then hit!!!!
     
  18. Resol

    Resol Active Member

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    :umm:


    I'll stick with the Safaris then:D
     
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  19. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Grant, you snooze you loose, will have a chat next meet mate, Dubs is the next I think ? was that popout any good ?

    Ian, I recon you had your hand on the ignition key ready to take off with the sun visor when it was fitted to Angus, be glad to run shotgun with you mate:cool: , if I ever finish it:umm:

    Scott, Yer I think that the safaries will only open half way with the visor on:umm: , but who wants to pick bugs out of there teeth anyway, looks very cool though:cool:
     
  20. phatratpat

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    safaris are for the ladys........roll with the ragtop back ! !:cool:
     

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