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  • #603

    10th Guard Army
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    Work to the end of December 2015. Now working on the body. if all goes smoothly it should be ready for July

  • #715

    Ferret Keeper
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    Derek, looks very tidy – well done.

    All the very best – Graham

  • #720

    10th Guard Army
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    The chassis dates from 1944 from the chassis number. I have the original engine block, the engine fitted is 1947’sh

  • #729

    10th Guard Army
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    Things are moving forward (slowly)

  • #730

    Sgt Oddball
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    That looks very good Derek not long before it turns green when is it going back on


    Will it be ready for capel

  • #733

    10th Guard Army
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    now its Green, and allow a couple of week to fully dry before putting it on the chassis

  • #734

    Sgt Oddball
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    It looks better green Derek looks like it’s coming on well I bet you can’t wait to fit it to the chassis and bring it to the show

  • #735

    10th Guard Army
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    It will be fully dry in a week or so then on to the chassis. that will leave the front to repair and rebuild.

  • #737

    Sgt Oddball
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    Is there a lot of work to be done on the front Derek ?

  • #738

    10th Guard Army
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    I am working on the main fuel tank and the front wing, bonnet and cowling are still waiting repair

  • #742

    Sgt Oddball
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    It doesn’t look to bad

  • #743

    10th Guard Army
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    a little more, just let the black harden then DA it back to a smooth finish

  • #745

    Sgt Oddball
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    You don’t hang about Derek do you ?

  • #747

    10th Guard Army
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    Its not long to the Capel weekend on the 2nd July.
    its only 129 days, thats just over 18 weeks.
    At the best I have 52 days to complete the work.
    I will have to start working nights

  • #761

    10th Guard Army
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    Trying to keep on track.
    The main body is back on the chassis, and the radiator and cowling is in the first time trail fitting.

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    Fine dust every where from DA the filler.

    115 days to Capel and only 44 working days to be ready. Time is flying

  • #762

    10th Guard Army
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    WORK IS MOVING ON
    108 DAYS TO CAPEL ON 42 WORKING DAYS

  • #763

    10th Guard Army
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    time is ticking on 32 days left.

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    the wing are starting to look better, bonnet next the the rear mud guard

  • #764

    10th Guard Army
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    43 DAYS TO GO

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  • #765

    10th Guard Army
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    Thanks for a great show. A big thanks to the two 101 who pull me out of the mud. All I have to not is clean all the muck out of the tank.

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  • #767

    10th Guard Army
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    I sent my application to get the car registered for the road on the 27th July at 10 am by first class signed post £6.67 it weighed 1.2 kilos
    I received two letters on Saturday the 6th August.
    The return of my application pack by recorded post £10.40, the other was the V5
    The DVLA paper work was dated between the 1st to the 4th August and the recorded letter was sent on the 5th August at 1 pm.
    Either the DVLA are getting better or I just gave them enough information, they kept the V112 (no MOT required).
    So my Gaz 67b is now road registered and dated 1944 all for the sum of £55 DVLA fee and £6.67 postage.

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