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Well i have done a bit more the inner roof panel is fitted and the canvas panel on the roof is fitted. I have also got all the lights front and rear fitted and wired in. I have also fitted all the new window runners in the rear and also fitted all the windows and winders, just waiting for one replacement winder for the rear and they will be complete. Because the truck has Ambulance doors fitted it has quauter windows in them, the frames I have blasted and painted ready to take the new glass, I have also blasted and painted the front windscreen frame ready for the new glass. Heres a few more pics. Howard

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Well the two rear seats have been fabricated, painted and fitted into place, a big thanks to Adrian for making the rear seat frames. I have also made the ply wood seat backs and bases and have had the cushions made up. I have now fitted these to the seat frames, the truck is coming on really well now not to far from being done.

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Could you please tell me where you got your seat cushions made up, need to get mine done for the Jeep I am working on.

 

Regards

 

Nic

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Hello Nick I made all the ply backs and bases my self. Then got the chap to supply the foam, i supplied the canvas that i bought from worthings. I beleave worthings do supply jeep cushions. But are pm you my contacts number.

 

Regards

 

Howard.

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Hi Howard, you won't know me but have heard a lot of good things about you from a very good friend of mine. Looking at the wonderful job you've done here he's not far wrong. Hopefully I shall get to meet up with you some time.

All the best and have a great New Year.

Steve.

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Hello steve

 

Thank you for those kind words, sorry i didnt reply sooner, but i have been rather busy. But please feel welcome to get in touch and visit the workshop.

 

Howard

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