yeah, why not,,,,,,may be a while yet though,,,,,between working abroard and then spending days sometimes weeks sourcing all the new bits to finish the dam thing never mind finding the time to work on it, its took a lot more time than alotted to it. I've got other projects all waiting on this one to be finished before i can start them. i've even got a range rover brooklands special edition stood outside at the moment , these are even rarer than the csk. not far to go now, just want some new seats and then all the outer panels painting to complete it. may be finished for next spring
possibly. i do take on commissions, usually one or two a year depending what type of vehicle it is and the type of restoration required, its all down to what you want doing and how much you have to spend ,,,,,,,,,
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> possibly. i do take on commissions, usually one or
> two a year depending what type of vehicle it is
> and the type of restoration required, its all down
> to what you want doing and how much you have to
> spend ,,,,,,,,,
> regards, james
CSK.................not in a rush..but would love to bring it up to spec
so to speak ... best GF
"jaw on floor!" very nice. is your personal motto "Perfection cannot be rushed"?
i'm a touch further behind you
mine has had: (deep breath)
new inner wings (complete with headlight boxes etc
new sills (both sides)
A and B pillars repaired
a few bodymounts done
new rear floor
new arches and side floors.
might be a few bits ive forgotten about.
still have the chassis to weld in one place on passenger side.
Got it sat under a car cover in the snow as a rolling chassis/bodyshell at the moment until better weather and when my dads disco decides to stop taking my time
keep up the good work, tose pics are an inspiration!
old enough to know better-young enough not to care
thanks gareth, i dont really have a motto, i always remember the words of one old boy who we used to deal with, he would say "you cant make a rolls royce out of a land rover" to witch i would reply "i'll have a bloody good go at it".
its good to hear that your well under way with your own restoration, hope all is well 'n' all that,, and keep up the good work