Meet Ted

Gladys Crew

Well-Known Member
Excellent work my friend Just one problem Bud Light ! I think it's not drinking enough Fosters is where the indigestion is coming from ;)

I wish this pendemic was over and I could take you under my wing on the Fosters side :)

As far as Ted goes you can teach me a thing or two or maybe three :):):)
 

Panky

Administrator
Staff member
I've been busy fitting some of the nice cleaned, poly bushed and painted suspension bits :)

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Axle stripped and painted and new brake lines made up

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Not sure what happened to this:oops:

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Engine and box back in

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I also fitted one of these for the oil pressure gauge take off, I didn't like the T piece, it got in the way of the vac advance on the dizzy

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What hasn't been replaced on the underside has been stripped, etch primed, zinc primed and then given two coats of chassis black

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I thought to myself, this is getting dangerously close to prep and paint - can't be having that so I took the screen out along with the rear section of the roof hoping I'd find some nasties to delay the inevitable.

No such luck, just a couple of pin holes that were welded up, ground back and etch primed.

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I stripped and checked all the wheel cylinders, I couldn't get the piston out of on of the rear ones so I made a little tool

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Screwed into the cylinder and a couple of pumps with the grease gun had it out :)

S'pose I'd better start rubbing stuff down, I hate bodywork:confused:
 
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