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Discussion in 'VA/DC/MD- Capital Land Cruiser Club' started by Stumpalama, Nov 21, 2013.
Too much work. I'm leaning towards a piece of an old plastic cutting board and four sheet metal screws.
Roof flashing and self tapping sheet metal screws.
Hey don't knock flashing. That's all that held the Tercel we had in Boston together. That was one sweeet ride.
Who's knocking it? It's what kept my legs from getting soaked as the inner rocker and floor on my 40 for the 1st 2 1/2 years.
Good choice! Just like the pro’s!
You obviously never lived in West Philly in the eighties...
All body work was comprised of duct tape and a pizza box. If you were a real baller, you’d use these letters below, and spell out a phrase on your lower rocker.
My two faves were “A nine inch for you”,
and “Pimpin’ aint easy”
I miss West Philly!
Don't forget aluminum tape! That's what I used to cover the rust holes in my windshield frame for longer than I would like to admit.
Maybe we should have a "Pretty quiet in here... what are you waiting on? RC Edition" .But for now I'll stick this in here. I got my TRX-4 done, 80 series body painted (Antique Sage of course ) and took her out on her maiden trail run last weekend on our family camping trip. I wasn't able to take my big truck so the little one had to suffice. Tons of rocks up in the Catoctin Mountains in MD.
@TRFCSUX and @Jakes40 came over and we built Steve a gas can carrier for his Taco.
Damn Steve-O you've been busy getting that Taco ready for the expedition!