I was looking trough all the parts I've got for the oval......damn, there's a lot to install!
My showcase almost collapse from all the parts that I've collected trough the years :)
Here are a few parts that are on the list: (and there's much more on the other shelfs!)
Flat4 Banjo steeringwheels, NOS headlights with porsche grills, NOS 6V tacho mounted with spacer, NOS clips etc etc. NOS bugdeflector (not going to install it), Ampco kit, and my set Dell's for the thing :) NOS Albert mirrors, Empi doorpulls, rear chrometrim, WBW seatbelts, 6V Blaupunkt Bremen, inside mirror with blind, etc etc NOS doorhandles, NOS Hella rear back-up light, NOS tacho ring, Kienzle clock, NOS T-handle,NOS hella red-tip, etc etc
Today we cruised with Serge to Ninove for the special early bay edition! The cruise to the show was great, I think we drove fom Hazeldonk with 60+ cars :D The show was perfect, no rain all day.....except for our ride home. Check out the 150+ pictures I took today overhere And here are some teasers as usual ;)
Because my oval has to be ready for the painter before the 20th of march, I don't have much time to work on the split.
So Romy started polishing the original crown profiled trim, and it's turning out beautiful! The windows didn't open when we bought it, so I had a quick look at it tonight and the mechanisms are working for now.........now we can see the original split windows!
And a major "oilleak" was found after we came back from our holiday............problem: the fuelpump is leaking fuel into the enginecase and the oil runs out like water!
We allready had the intension to get the engine out and give it a good overhaul, so that will be fixed next month.
Parts are on its way from Brezelwerks, wolfparts, keverland and collectors in Holland, so when we have the things we need, we can get some work done!
A very small museum, stacked with cars......crazy!! Hihlights were the ragtop zwitter, '42 kubelwagen, and 3 porsche 356's But also some old Mercedes, A-ford, and other exotics where on display. Here are a few shots from our visit: