The Strip Down Continues

With most of the body work and and driveline removed, there were still a few smaller items that needed to be taken off the chassis. These included the shock absorbers, which apart from a lot of external corrosion appear to be in a serviceable condition. The shock absorber rods will most likely require re-bushing as the the rubber has perished over time. The brake lines and fuel lines also needed to be removed carefully, to save as a template for making some new ones during the restoration. The brake and clutch pedals were also removed, these again showing little signs of wear.

Author: M3A1

WW2 vehicle enthusiast.

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