Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by 68BUS, Nov 19, 2013.
Very nice Brad. Chrome tin is totally pimp.
No radiator pipes and nothing like a Holden donk shape.....
It actually a dual ignition 1916.
He built it for am aeroplane project that never went ahead. The cam in it is supposed to have an even lower rev power band than normal that fitted in with my driving so Stan rang me and asked if I wanted it converted with cooling for the bus.
How could I say no....
Funnily enough I asked for black tin. But the chrome was already there so I ran with it. Be good if I need a mirror when camping I suppose.
The chrome will look awesome in Evie Brad ! Gotta love a bit of bling !!
Don't want to spoil the look of that engine bay. Best keep your mug out of there.
Hey! Rude bugger ;-)
Engine is in and goes great. Well worth the change.
There are a few very nice splits in Brisbane, and that's one of them. Great effort and result.
I'll have no chance catching you next time I see you driving around.
Looks great! Maybe I'll get a better look at Wynnum?
Probably Paul. Bianca loves Evie so much that I reckon a birthday morning with dubs can be negotiated.
Looks great Brad
Hope to catch up with you at action day !
Sweet mate. Anita has booked us near Freddie beach in December from Friday till Monday too if your staying in town. I figured you will be travelling down from Tambo for the wedding but? Looking forward to a few days at the beach.
Awesome ! Yeah we'll be staying on the coast as well not to sure where yet thou ? I've left that up to Shaz !
Well played. I did the same.
How'd I miss this Christmas in July - NICE
Fantastic - looks great
Looks amazing Brad,money well spent
Thanks folks. About 60km's in now and loving it. Very growly and bit louder but it certainly has a bit of pep.
Off the lights it can take off pretty quick now and has good torque right through to 60km/hr.
I have not gone on on the freeway yet but took it up to 90km (on a private 70 zone of course) up a normal incline and it had gut and felt like it wanted to run up to 100 easily.
Looking forward to my first coast run in the 110 zones to really see what the top end is like.
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