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66 PMG Split Ute

Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by 65busser, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. 65busser

    65busser Member

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    My ute.

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  2. 65busser

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    Cont'd

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  3. pyoties bro

    pyoties bro Member

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    this is what i'll be dreaming about tonight!!!!
     
  4. Kombi Trip

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    Looks great mate!
     
  5. ajs18s

    ajs18s New Member

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    That is one fine ute mate,i showed my 6 year old son and he asked for one for xmas,well done.
     
  6. GoblinSA

    GoblinSA New Member

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    MMmm you won't be the only one! :)
     
  7. BrianK

    BrianK Well-Known Member

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    It looks as if it just came of the show room floor, or did they have show room floors back in them days.

    Absolutely beutifull. :cool:


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  8. kombimatt

    kombimatt Active Member

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    This one was in Tassie for a while with Jeremy wasn't it?

    Great bus. You have done a top job looks lovely!
     
  9. Kombi Trip

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    C'mon Brad show the before pics. Don't be shy. Truely amazing job in a short time with everything else going on setting up the motor trimming business.
    Will the windows make it back for those Melbourne winter days?
     
  10. 77bay

    77bay Active Member

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    Very tasty mate, those colours work well together. Nice work.;)
     
  11. The Brewmaster

    The Brewmaster New Member

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    Oh my God!

    Oh my God!
    Great job and................. tax deductable it seems! Even better!

    Even Wilfred was impressed! No smart arse comment and no poofter comment.............just sweet silence from the 'mongrel'. Very high praise indeed!

    Cheers
    Brett
     
  12. kyznet

    kyznet Active Member

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    That's absolutely gorgeous - a beautiful red. Would love to see some "before" photos if/when you get a chance. :)
     
  13. 65busser

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    Thanks folk. You have exquisite taste. Yep this one has been around. Jeremy had it and it had changed hands a few times in a fairly short time prior to that. It was a good thing to start with. Had some issues but was a solid base.
    The red would be pretty close to the PMG red. Doing the windows now. Great time weatherwise in Melbourne to go with no windows, and it really is a great way to travel, but on a cold day it's painful.

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  14. Jolie

    Jolie New Member

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    Absolutely gorgeous................photos are fab.

    Cheers
     
  15. back street bessie

    back street bessie Active Member

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    Bloody beautiful...you're a lucky fella.
     
  16. glow-monkey

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    Now that is a nice ute.
     
  17. kyznet

    kyznet Active Member

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    Thanks for putting up the "before" photos Brad. I thought it looked pretty good even then, but words don't describe how lovely it is now. Congratulations.
     
  18. 65busser

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    I really need to thank my offsider Jono for doing all the hard work prep wise and Greg O'Keefe for painting it. I was quite happy with it the way it was too, but those two saw more in the old dear. Gotta thank Peter Meyer, (Peter Meyer Instruments), for doing the instrument restos too, particularly because the colour he chose for the speedo was the trigger for the choice of interior colour and hubcaps.
     
  19. yellow pencils

    yellow pencils New Member

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    oh man..that is one sweet ride...would be even better when it's slammed with some Foose mags and low profiles....
     
  20. 65busser

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    You mean something like this? Maybe a bit lower.

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