Jump to content

Dan123

Members
  • Content Count

    61
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Everything posted by Dan123

  1. No 7 years and I’m still going 😂 my jeep lives at work, so I don’t get much time to do it with working on cars all week, I never really fancy going to work on it at the weekend. I’ve had some more time recently because of the current situation so as I’m still working when I get time during the day I’ll go jump on it.
  2. Looks great! It takes so long to get there but when you see bits come together it makes it so worth it!
  3. I’ve got some time in a few months so hopefully can get a bit done
  4. Hi Weado i did did put it up for sale but then changed my mind so I’ve still got it yours is looking great !!
  5. Hi Guys i changed my email so i haven't received any notifications from this site (ill update my email) I'm still going slowly... ill try and be more active on here ill grab some progress pictures Monday and put them up I've been a little more active on the Jago Jeep Uk Owners Club on Facebook Looks Great Wheado!!
  6. yes there has been I shall update with pics later ive not been on here for ages !!
  7. Thank you! Trying to get it the best I can to a real one
  8. Update hello all I have finally done something to the jeep ! I have made a cardboard template of the inside of the tub which I'm going to line with plywood also I have been modifying the rear bumper to get it as close to the real one I removed the middle and outter parts then test fitted the bumperettes which fitted after removing an angle pice off the bumper I had a repro willys rear bumper that I got of ebay ages ago I then cut that up in 3 peices and roughly bolted together and test fitted i like the look what do you think? My plan is to make it flush by removing the middle peice of the tub at the bottom and the cut some groves for the outer parts of the bumper to slot into it will make more sense with pictures that's where I'm at
  9. I've got my rear seat and all the brackets just got to clean them up then prime them then got to make some adjustments to the wheel arches as I thought I would have to that's why I haven't fixed them in also got the rear light brackets back from my uncle he made them using some plans
  10. to anyone who is still interested I've still got the jeep just very busy at work so not had anytime on it
  11. originally i used proper Jeep plans but i ended up making them thinner after I test fitted i haven't fixed them in yet until i get the rear seat. They measure:12' wide Dan
  12. Yep spot on they are still going but not making cars they are based in Chichester
  13. not at the mo been busy at work should have a little update soon!! hang in there
  14. Not at present not had any time tbh ! Ill have a look
  15. Finished up my wheel arches i took the plunge after debating if the size was right for the angle on the edge of the arch after looking at plans i cut them out.I then sanded them and then cut out a peice if fibreglass matt to the same shape as the inside of the arch then bonded that in then after it had dried i added filler thne sanded it down now ive just got to stone chip it then fit them in
  16. Hello would somebody be able to give me these measurements from there jeep? Would be much appreciated!! Please see pics for details Thanks Dan
  17. Got round to cutting out the tool box holes in the arches just looked at lots of pictures then marked them out then cut it out with the jigsaw i also filled the holes.Also got some body panel bonding adhesive to mount my hinge. iv'e also cut the line on the rear panel where the rear panel is joined to the the body on the real jeep
  18. Yea cut that out yesterday will uploads pics soon!
  19. Its been a while since ive done anything to the jeep but i got round to making the inner wheel arches. first i rough cut my plywood to take it home then i made up a mini model to see what angles would work etc then i cut out all the pieces i would need then assembled them took a while to get it accurate but when there mounted in the jeep should look good more pics to come i've got to add some bracing to them
  20. Looks good i didnt think about plywood And no problem nice to see other people doing it crack on!!!
  21. Nice work i plan on doing the same with the bumperettes
×
×
  • Create New...