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    Red face Progress! 1944 MB

    Good evening everyone (well evening where i am)!

    Just attached a couple of photos showing progress in a new thread as promised (a while ago) to keep you all upto date with progress!

    I have wire brushed the chassis, axles, springs, and given it all a good two coats of red oxide, then then two coats of olive drab green!

    the chassis is very stright and i have not done any welding on it at all, apart from the new rear crossmember!

    i am very happy!
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    Looks great! What/ whose paint products are you using?

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    Looking great!

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    Damn you outta be Happy it turned out Great Steve!!!!!

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    Steady as she goes Steve. It is looking like its getting ready for battle! Looking good.

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    That is pretty!

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    I have used a very high quality red oxide primer, i belive it was the same red oxide as used on ships! the top coat came from a paint supplier on ebay ihere in the UK.

    I am very happy with both products!

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    That really does look nice. Great job!

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    Update!

    While i am awaiting to get me gearbox sorted i have been busy.

    I made a frame to transport the body tub on and to also work on it too!

    What do you think?

    jeep stand 1.jpgjeep stand 2.jpg

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    A good job comes from good tools and that is a good tool Steve!

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