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Al Mac

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Thought I best start my thread to help me Put it back together when I've finished stripping it down and show others some of products from the buzzweld shop that I am using.

Looking at the other builds here it cant't really be called a rebuild as it's mostly paint 

This is it as purchased Dec 2012

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and last week when the strip own started,

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After a couple of days I have reached,

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Hopefully over the next week I can get it fully stripped and expose all the panels that need work, at the moment it just the rear floor, front and second row seat box, and top inside corners of the bulkhead, the rest looks solid. 🤞

 

 

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Always going to find more as you dig deeper, but its great when its back together and you know you sorted it properly.

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Well that didn't work! So much for thinking that I could get it stripped over the next week!! 

Finally got back to it yesterday and got the b/c pillars off and the rear tub,IMG_2827.thumb.JPG.2cb1d21ec71a3a602e173778ba171046.JPG

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I should manage a couple of hours on it again over the weekend so hopefully I'll get the bulkhead stripped down ready for removal.

So far I've had to cut off over half the bolts I think the last under seal was a bit late as it had rusted out most of the fixings. 

Still happy with its condition though just the bulkhead that's worse than expected,image.thumb.jpg.774161052a38531706de73c7282c66f2.jpg

I need to keep this moving forward before I forget where all the bolts go 🤔

 

 

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Rusty bolts and things hold you up? Lizardskin would be a good product to incorporate into your rebuild there.

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