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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikaros View Post
    Many thanks Louisbaby, I had seen your 712K already. I'm pleased that I have given you the inspiration. These are the site that I've been using for reference:
    High res pics:http://www.carsbase.com/photo/Steyr_...odel_9866.html
    A whole lot of pics (inside and out); http://www.pinzgauer.com/shpics.php?...cles&idnum=118
    Pinz & C303 Laplander Forum:http://real4x4forums.com/PinzgauerBB...hp?f=17&t=6335
    Brasilian Project:https://picasaweb.google.com/1072633...PCQvOOb1-DCZg#
    more pinzies:http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/pinzgauer?language=nl_NL
    even more Pinzies (and moggies): http://www.flickr.com/photos/offroadimports/page2/
    Well that should keep you busy for a while!

    ...wow ---- not only Louisbaby ....

    great sources for all the details. Thank you very much for sharing all these great links ... I think everybody knows how long you can search sometimes for such a bunch of high qual pics.

    Regards
    Wolf

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    Thanks alot Guys, glad you like it sofar.

    Quote Originally Posted by Headquake View Post
    More pics please.

    Alright then

    Installed that back window, made another door hinge and all the folds on the back of the Pinz. Also installed both rearlight plates.



    Decided in the meantime that another closet was needed to cover the battery for the lighting and to cover the led center and license plate illumination. Also those Insulation Pats can be stored on top[ of it, together with some cloths and other stuff
    Oh ya, almost fogotten, installed the slidingwindows on both doors in the aft section. I need them to slide so later on i can reach the the on-off switches.



    More Pics soon!

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    At first I thought of making the roof detachable, on a Alu frame with styrene beams and sheeting. After making those beams that whole plan didn't felt good. So asked the insulators at my work if they could do me a favor which they did.
    They made me a roof from lallomiluim or milliuliam or loolininiuma. Well whatever they used, If got a sturdy roof, round and pretty lightweight! The holes you see in there will be for the bolts to connect is with the body (and later covered by the roofrack)


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    Like the slidingwindows .. . nice detail and very helpful

    Regards
    Wolf

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    Lovely! Such a detailed interior!
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    Beautiful.

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    Very nice indeed. I'm very keen to get mine started now...

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    beautiful work André. The interior is looking great.
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    That curved roof really highlights the squareness!

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