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Old 08-28-2013, 03:49 PM   #151
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Re: Grizz's Redneck Express 1966 Chevy Short Fleetside BILLYBOB

Just in from the garage.

Tonight it was me, the cordless drill, some pressure and then the pedal covers were fitted.

After which the new floor mats Nicola had sneakily ordered for the car went in.

The black seats and mats have now come together for me.



New leather gaiters on gear stick and hand brake also add to the picture.



Last item I need to fit will be the fly screen behind the seats.

In the mean time I will keep looking for a stupidly cheap hard top and a Wooden Nardi wheel to restore......
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Old 08-29-2013, 11:55 PM   #152
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You put the steering wheel on the wrong side of the car!
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Old 08-31-2013, 01:50 PM   #154
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Not much done today, but still a result that had me chuckling, as I did something new again, making it up as I went.

Which is something I always like to do.

My mate Martin who is doing up a 1965 C10 needed a glove box inner, as his original had long since rotted away, being made from paper mache, or something similar.

I had volunteered to make him a new one from ally plate or thin sheet metal in exchange for the side mirrors he had removed from his truck a few months ago.

Started by rummaging around the garage till I found a good base to work with. The back of an old steel filing cabinet (I think that's what it was) that was probably around 1mm thick.

Next up, empty out my glove box to see what I am working with.



Removed it by unscrewing 5 screws.



Laid out the steel plate, carefully copied all the reference points on the made glove box, then connected the dots with a red marker and also shaded in the areas that needed cutting away.



One Angle grinder, a 2mm blade and three minutes later we have this, still needed working back with a hand file to smooth off the edges.



At this point I went up to the house to make a coffee, and then walked back to behind the garage where we grow our vegetables, and where I planted a Conference pear and Star King apple tree two years ago.

Last year each tree presented me with two fruits, this year the pear has retained about 15 pears and the apple tree has about 25 apples which range in size from what you see in my hand, to some a bit bigger still. These apples are pleasantly sweet from the smallest to the largest, which pleases me immensely. So I ate a few apples, feeling very smug, then came back in to carry on with the box.




Back in the garage the next session of rummaging started, to find the right bits of wood to use to bend the plate to shape.



Once all the sides were folded, it stayed in shape without any encouragement. I WAS SURPRISED.



I then quickly clamped, and tack welded the tabs rather than rivet them as mine has been done.



Ground back, the last job was to give it a coat of primer, mostly as rust preventative. Martin can paint the outside if he wants. I know he wants to carpet the inside with thin automotive carpet.




I then hoped onto the bike and rode the 15 miles to Martins to deliver and collect......

Got there, and he had removed the heavy agricultural bumper from the truck and had just finished welding in a new rear roll pan, which looks great.




After a chat and him sparaying some red oxide primer over the new roll pan, we lifted and refitted the tailgate, which I have to say fits nicely. Still needs some fine tuning.



Last thing once we had stood back, enjoyed it, and gotten the approval of his wife, Amanda, was for me to grab my well earned mirrors and come home, as I still had some jobs to do at home as well.



And that is where today with the truck ended.
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Old 08-31-2013, 02:14 PM   #155
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Re: Grizz's Redneck Express 1966 Chevy Short Fleetside BILLYBOB

I seem to have missed out on an update a few weeks ago....

Came home from work and there were two parcels, one with some plates for the collection.



And a second one from Markeb01.

He had noted a while back that my front bumper had holes covered by skull nuts. And had then sent me a PM asking about the holes, offering me the fog lights off his truck to cover the holes....... Would I be interested? Hell, Yeahhhh!! So I replied that I most certainly would be interested if he let me pay the postage.
In the end Mark refused the postage, but we agreed that I would send him something special from my collection in return, which went out last week, it is a surprise, so I hope he likes it.

Mark had made up a complete fire retardent wiring harness for me, with toggle switch, relay and instructions. In the same parcel there were replacement wiper arms for the truck and and some of his old number plates. And lastly, and interior light cover as these often do not survive.



Look at the quality and condition.

These babies will only get fitted once the truck is repainted.




Thanks Mark.
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Old 08-31-2013, 04:40 PM   #156
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Nice Work on the Glove Box Inner and Nice Score on the Mirrors and other Plates and Parts too!
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That glove box turned out great! A lot of prep and work to accomplish something most people wouldn't think of. Certainly will be more durable than the factory version.
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Just spent a couple of hours scrubbing roof, sealing it with Auto Glym roof stuff.
Then washed the car and dried it, as roof stuff is diabolical on paint and glass.
Got to give it 24 hrs to dry propperly now.
Still need to dismantle drivers door to figure why window went doen and now refuses to return, I suspect a micro switch.
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Nice Work on the Glove Box Inner and Nice Score on the Mirrors and other Plates and Parts too!
Thanks Don, even I was pleased with the outcome.

Regarding the parts, I am always humbled by peoples generosity.

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I am sorry I never copied the template as it can be folded from one piece and is a direct fit.
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That is pretty cool glovebox you made!
I almost did that very same thing, but while making an order through Brothers parts, I added a repop to the list and never got around to fabbing up one of my own.

Nicely done !!
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Rian, it was great talking to you earlier...

Here's a pic of the stickers...


and, here's my Favorite Pipe, a Nording Fantasy #5 from Denmark...


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That is pretty cool glovebox you made!
I almost did that very same thing, but while making an order through Brothers parts, I added a repop to the list and never got around to fabbing up one of my own.

Nicely done !!
Hi Mike, good to see you back from your holidaze......

Thanks for the comments.

I really enjoyed making it and the final result had me laughing like a mad man.
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Rian, it was great talking to you earlier...

Here's a pic of the stickers...


and, here's my Favorite Pipe, a Nording Fantasy #5 from Denmark...


Cheers...

Good to talk to you on the train, and then again at home.

Nice to go out on Searcy High street and see your town on Video chat.

As mentioned, I will try to get you and Mike McMurphy those Ace Cafe stickers as soon as I go by there again.

I will see if they have the inside the window type in stock, as they age much better than external ones.


Nicola is very impressed with your pipe.
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Here's a couple more for ya...

Me and the Nording...


My buddy Josh, up in Chicago with Erik Nording from 2011


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Purchase price 750.00
Further spend 1382.00
(this is pretty much penny spent to date, should it pass MOT today and including road Tax at 255/year)
I have now over spent significantly on this car and will NEVER recover it all, so she better drive the wheels off it and enjoy every moment.
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PASS !!

Now have to tax it, but because I do not have paperwork returned from the DVLA to confirm my home address, I cannot buy tax online as they may sen disc to previous owner...... GRRRRRR !!
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Oh the joys of bureaucracy... Congrats on the PASS!
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Off to ESSEX tomorrow after my usual Sunday Bootfair.

Nicola is in Turkey for 10 days holiday....... I do not do holidays.

AMERICAN AND CUSTOM CAR SHOW
Sunday 8th September 2013 10am - 4pm
MUSEUM OF POWER, Hatfield Road, Langford CM9 6QA
Displays of classic American cars from 1930s to 1990s, Custom cars and Hotrods. Live music and family entertainment, stalls, hotdogs and donuts. Museum entry included to see the giant pumping engine in steam and other working exhibits. Ride on the miniature steam railway (fare 1.00)
Cost: Adult 6.00, Senior 5.00, Children under 12 free


My mate Martin who has the long 65 Fleet has arranged free entry for us at the show too.
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Stolen Gathering pic

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Agreed, awesome pic!
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Thanks guys.

My mate Martin and his wife Amanda invited me to this show, which I had planned on inviting them to as well.

This morning at 05.00 Harley came in to wake me, and by 05.30 I was up, out the house by about 06.15 to go run through a boot fair before meeting Martin and Amanda at the Esso Services on the A2 at 08.00 sharp.

Bootfair was great, I popped into McD's for a coffee before hitting the road with the Redneck Express.

Being exhibitors, we got free entry to the show and the Steam Meuseum.

I will try to just post some pics.

Due to the sheer volume of American cars and trucks, I have decided to post up mostly just the trucks.

Hope you like.

At bootfair early morning......



We were being followed by a '65 Chevy in blue and red oxide primer.



At the Maldon show field......




Martin getting the shorter arm of the law......



Maybe not as happy now as he had been earlier. Never seen him without a smile.



There really was something for everyone.

Can you see the rider on this??





On the way home I stopped by at my other buddy Mavericks place to drop of stuff and collect a plasma cutter of mine he had there.

I WANT A RIDE ON TRACTOR.



I am busy making a full thread that I will be posting in the gneral section with a link once I get done with it.
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Very Nice...
Love the Pics, Thanks for sharing... I especially like the tractor one...

Here's a Bear Pic for you... It's on Jeremy's arm...
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Are most of these pics upside down for you guys?

On here they are, yet they were posted correctly from Photobucket.
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