Few pics of the new/old Busnbug workshop ute. 69 painted dash, Splitty tail lights. Hasn't been out in the big wide world for a long time. Absolutely complete and dry as. Jase in Bendigo dragged it home and did the beam, height, mechanicals and good scrub and just happened to have a set of near new Speed Masters for it that I was about to buy new. Brakes are done, electrics are as they were, in fact all the original fuses were still in place. Everything works. Windows wind up and down nicely. It does everything as intended. I've only had it a few weeks and wanted to get it to the Day of so Ankor Waxed the whole exterior including gates and tray, all the corners in the cabin, the bottoms of the doors etc, full Dynamat in the cabin, except the floor. Doesn't need the floor done it's so quiet all you can hear is the noise of the Nankangs. Might have to do the floor. New headliner, visors, restored mirror, new seat pads, covers and door cards and hardware. New pedestal mats and German Square Weave where the spare used to sit under the seats. Nice storage area. Did the door seals. Took a whole day to completely remove the old front door rubbers but worth it because the new German seals went in so well the thing is airtight to the point where a window needs to be down a bit to shut the door despite the flesh wound on the passenger door. Doors close flush. More pics to put up but here's a few for now. The two shots at the Day of were taken by someone else. Hope I'm not infringing but they're the best pics I've seen of it. Thanks. Signage by Warb.