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not sure if my works got better or worse.
this pop was started here six years ago.a few pics from the initial build.idea was to give the owner a good rolling chassis,that he and his mate would finish.
its back in now to be finished and driven out (minus paint)
it gives access so you can adjust the handbrake cable,and get to the rear calipers if need be
I love the twin remote servo,and itís hideaway
Top work Wayne
the plasma helps,as it puts nice radius,s onto all the panels.
quite a bt of work drawing out everything but once you press go,all those panels are cut withing about 10 minutes
**** me wayne the panels you make are so ****ing good ,removable panels and stuff, Such a talent being able to forward think stuff,Fair play to you
quite like tinwork ,once you got youre head round what order to do it.
this is all removable so it can be powder coated
Terrific workmanship. A shame most of this work is hidden once the vehicle is completed.
gets round that storage issue for odds and sods.dont get much room in cars for that.
remote servo.awkward thing to mount
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seat base for a pop
That's neat .
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