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Not checked in on a while, looking absolutely spot on
Well done on continuing the progress on this. Will be stunning once it has been done.
I was just wondering about this the other day - glad to see progress. Looks excellent as usual.
That’s a fair bit of work there, going to look fantastic when done mate , crack on .
Hi Guys ,not very exciting but here are a few pics of various stages of paint prep .Most of the smaller parts are ready including the cab and doors .
Other parts have been spot primed and just need a tickle !!.
I am just about to start on the truck bed , I have had a small change of plan regarding the storage box that is built into the bed that holds the air ride kit.
I will post some pics when done .
I'm awe struck everytime I read this thread, great work Mark!
Hi Guys and Girls. Hope you are all well
Thank you very much for the comments ,I never thought that my little build would get so much interest .........thank you
Quick update , I am very lucky to have 2 workshops at home .I keep one for storage of cab/bed or other body work, doors ,bonnet etc.
I also use it for bodywork and priming ,just to keep all the dust in one place.
With this "lock down" i thought i would use my time wisely and get on with the last remaining body work ( the inner trim parts I made and the panels for the truck bed) . To move the truck into the other workshop is not a straight forward job , with it still on the chassis table its too heavy to man handle it into the other shop.So I have to strip it down to the chassis ,then put it back together
I am hoping that the next time I have the truck in the other workshop it will be re-primed ,blocked and possibly ready for paint ( but pigs might fly!!!!!!!!!).
Cheers guys .Stay safe
stunning mark, stunning .
All has the look of a pro shop, fabrication skills to be proud of. well done.
I have just spent a pleasant few days reading through this thread from day 1 and words have completely failed me!
The skill and vision levels involved to produce metalwork like that are out of this world, it is nothing short of pure art!
Thank you for the inspiration and the kick up the backside to try to raise my game, a bracket doesn’t have to be just a bracket, it can look good too.
All of the superlatives have been used up and rightfully so in which case I will just leave a simple thank you for sharing your build and for inspiring so many builders
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