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Bay under dash tray

Discussion in 'Bay Tech Clinic' started by Hooch n Lol, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. Hooch n Lol

    Hooch n Lol New Member

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    Burpengary, QLD
    Hi all,

    I made this last weekend after looking for a replacement tray for my 74 auto. I decided that $70 - $150 bucks was way too much for me to pay........so i made one out of some old hardwood decking that I had kicking about (about $6 worth of timber). I fixed it the interior with 3 steel shelf brackets and a piece of steel attached to the screw that hold the handbrake bracket in place.

    Just though that I would put a picture up incase anybody wanted to do the same thing (Let me know if anybody wants a picture of it fitted in the van).

    Hooch.

    (I think I have attached a photo.......sorry if I managed to stuff up!!!):D
     

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  2. Dubman

    Dubman Well-Known Member

    Very nice, now you need a matching Wood steering wheel and gear nob. to really set it off
    Well done.
     
  3. back street bessie

    back street bessie Active Member

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    Nice work...the dark timber stain looks good.
     
  4. saabman

    saabman Well-Known Member

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    Goulburn
    THta looks look great Hooch.

    You better be carefull or you might find people start puting in orders for one ;)

    A picture of it installed would be great.

    Bernie
     
  5. Hooch n Lol

    Hooch n Lol New Member

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    Location:
    Burpengary, QLD
    Here are some pictures of the tray fitted in the cab, I have still got to fit some speakers and a lip on the edge.
     

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  6. Fooksy

    Fooksy Member

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    Hooch,
    Looks awesome!!! Better then the ones for sale and is what owning a Kombi is all about! (Make it your own!)
    Love your work!

    Fooksy
     
  7. RatCamper

    RatCamper New Member

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    Location:
    Berrigan region NSW
    it took me a decade to figure that one out.

    It looks great. It's a job anyone would be proud of. I thought of putting in an under dash tray but then I'd have to move the speakers :lol:
     

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