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Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by Herbert, Aug 28, 2006.
Incredible. What a save! Wonder how much that cost.
What an amazing and encouraging thread, thanks for the post up.
what, he didn't even post up to MUD on where the wire from his carb fan hooks into?
Great story. Followed that for a while. Next time my wife says "You want to spend more $$ on the Cruiser ?!"
; I am going to show her that article...
Well it could have been cheap based upon US standards.
I like those grills on the windows, does anyone know where to get those? Other than custom?
Bet that old truck has sucked a few gallons of juice in its day and ready to start again. LOL,Cool.
thats a true landcruiser owner/lover.great show not to many people would give that makeover that fast
Do you think the quality of the work done was better or worse than what you might get in the US? It looks like there was lot'o metal work, and didn't seem to be toooo much Bondo. Any feedback?
The guy doing the primer without a mask is my favorite!
Looks like very good quality body work as far as I can tell. They filled in the holes with lead whereas just about everybody uses putty for that in this country. Metal is always better since it flexes.
lovin it, yes i also think that the body work was probably better since they took the time to correctly fill it in, which as said is a lost art in the states
I would say that it looks grteat!
That is really cool!
makes my resto seem almost laughable.... now that's LOVE