Kinda crappy pics I just picked up a better phone but will need to stand on my fence to get a nice full view! Stripped out most the rust from the engine bay etc, gave it a good clean and under layers of grime a lot of the paint work was in alright nick, although a lot was also fucked and required much welding. Anyway, now has a nice thick coat of epoxy primer applied ready for the paint work. The Gold bit is the gutter which was done for, had filled with leaves and rusted through , meaning that water had leaked into the cab leaving lots of nice holes inside! after much sculpting of sheet metal and shit loads of sheet metal it looks a bit messy but should bit fit for purpose.
1 - 2 ) Not sure on technical term but rear sections for tail lights. Left side completely replaced with Zinc-tech. Right side cleaned up and epoxied. 3) Entire rear panel replaced with zinc-tech as it was a complete state. 4) Originally this was a enormous patch of body filler! I sanded it down and found an aluminium sheet underneath attached only with sikaflex! Popped it off. cleaned everything up, then riveted it back on. 5) Window sills, jambs, and 'lintels' were all in very bad shape. Many filled in with body filler! Stripped down, primed, and fixed up with riveted on and sealed zinctech. 6) New seats! Old ones were wrecked. Picked up these captain seats for £180 for the pair from Cornwall when I was on holiday, in great nick! Bolted to box section frame and will be welded to the floor. 7) Floor plan. Just cleaning this up and then the cover will go back on. 8) Dashboard, not in bad nick but might need fixing up in a few places 9) Brake cables are pretty corroded. Need to sand them down and possibly think about replacing. Liberal application of WD40 in appropriate places. Going to replace the shocks. 10) Propshaft, in the process of rust removal and then will get a good epoxy prime.
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captbingo: Hi. Need front Brake Calipers, both sides, for Mk1 LWB TRW 130 1977 diesel. Theyre 4 piston, single feed Calipers, ( poss Twin feed type OK) anyone know of a pair?
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aussiebob: Hi Conrod all the best for 2019 the strips look the part please let me know when you have sorted out the final details with them and i will arrange payment for a set. Regards
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FredTransit: Captbingo like the pics, you need to put them in a thread as posts here drop off and don't gert seen eventually
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captbingo: Getting the hang of postimage- chose wrong option last time! Hopefully here's the photos at last!
May 9, 2018 17:22:38 GMT 1
captbingo: Thought I'd post a 1st photo of newly acquired MK12.5 diesel 1977 Camping Car. Found in France, been a a barn for 3 years, but starts & drives! Blurry 'Eck. What have I started now. s5.postimg.cc/igox1s
May 9, 2018 16:52:25 GMT 1
captbingo: Allo Allo. Just acquired a MK 1 1977 2.5 diesel Camping Car. Its RHD UK Reg, but in SW France, a virtual 'Barn-Find' but starts/runs & only minimal corrosion. Lots to do though. Thought I'd say hello & will add photos later. Capt Bingo
May 9, 2018 16:37:50 GMT 1
patstevens: Loking for some parts for new project build.cab doors .side loader and pair of twin wheeler rear arches
Apr 5, 2018 0:47:21 GMT 1
sean130868: whats the value on 1980 stripped out camper tidy van with MOT any ideas?
Jan 29, 2018 16:44:57 GMT 1
rckybrook: Hi. My Mk1 has a declared date of manufacture on the V5 as 1978. It was first registered abroad, and registered in the UK November 1978(it is RHD by the way). However, the engine plate in the drivers foot well has the build year stamped as 77, and if I dec
Jan 24, 2018 14:17:37 GMT 1
russellhoman: Ihave been undertaking a long term renovation of a 1977 mk1 transit motor caravan sometimes on the road sometimes off this has cost lots of money, recently a completely selfish so called fan of mk1 transits stole rare engine parts from it info please
Nov 8, 2017 8:17:23 GMT 1
russellhoman: I have been undertaking a long term renovation of a 1977 mk1 transit motor caravan sometimes on the road sometimes off this has cost lots of money, recently a completely selfish so called fan of mk1 transits stole rare engine parts from it info please
Nov 6, 2017 20:16:38 GMT 1
davejake: hi does anyone have front brake shoes for a 1976 35 cwt
Jul 29, 2017 23:19:42 GMT 1
k3vyn: Hello All, Brought a Mk2 1978 Ci Motorhome for restoration and so excited and happy to be here.
Jul 9, 2017 7:40:56 GMT 1
justcruiser: Hi I have a French lhd mk1 bull nose and was going to convert it to rhd but have found a 1978 a series lhd does anyone now whitch steering box would fit ie transit etc
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