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    Did some work on the interior, finished the reinforcement bars, made some doorpanels, and made some press folds on the floor. Also made some brass doorhandles en bars.




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    Keep em coming, great work André

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    Really nice. Looking great.

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    Great interior work sir. Keep it up!
    SBG OWNER YOUTUBE AXIAL AMBASSADOR GCM TEAM DRIVER VANQUISH MAD MOOSE

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    Great interior work sir. Keep it up!
    Quote Originally Posted by Headquake View Post
    Really nice. Looking great.
    Quote Originally Posted by UNGLEWD View Post
    Keep em coming, great work André
    Many thanks, here's some more

    Did some more work on the front doorpanels, so i could start filling the seams. I needed the the panels to relieve the glued seam. Also installed the fillingpoint for the tank, and installed the last part to close the nose. After that applied putty on the seams in the sidepanels and around the nose. Sanded the putty, and started on the imitation pressfolds in the sidepanels and nose. In between it all, I did some thorough thinking how I could make the roof (detachable)
    Enough talking, some more pics!




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    Crazy details! If you told me the fuel tank was fillable, I'd believe you.

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    Very nice!

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    Very clean work so far and lovely details.
    And yes, I also love "cube design"

    Will await the built progresses eagerly

    Regards
    Wolf

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    pretty darn cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan View Post
    Crazy details! If you told me the fuel tank was fillable, I'd believe you.
    Well thanks Al, you can give it a try now, this afternoon i've made a cap for the pipe. 50 ltrs will do!

    Quote Originally Posted by flo07 View Post
    Very nice!
    Thank you very much!

    Quote Originally Posted by LRTd5 View Post
    Very clean work so far and lovely details.
    And yes, I also love "cube design"

    Will await the built progresses eagerly

    Regards
    Wolf
    Danke schön Wolf!

    Quote Originally Posted by Weapon View Post
    pretty darn cool!
    Thank you Weapon!

    Didn't make a lot of progress over the last 2 week, got caught by the flu, had some rough time a work. Picked it up this weekend again. Made some new progress on the exterior, finished the pressfold, installed the grill of the heater (i believe it's a heater), and made a gap for the fillingpipe. While I'm waiting for my GCM Cross Canyon chassis, I dind't wanna start with the enginecover in the front end (might have to do some re-work over there, dunno, but can only measure as the chassis is there), so I went for some cover of the electronics. As it will be a expedition vehicle, I made a purposebuild kitchen for the Pinz, so I have an credible excuses why some areas are nog as the original.

    enough blah, blah, the pics:

    Doorhinges, tank caps, and pressfolds:


    As we cann't barbeque all year long:


    And the leftside,

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