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Old October 8th, 2011, 03:58 AM   #12
YelLowBug
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Default Re: Belgian VolksRod

Ok lot's of work have been done since my last post,
but i had a bit of a burnout afterworths.. (and not one of the fun smoky and smelly ones)

i pushed myself to get it "finished" (read rollin') for our annual Vankrally and afterworths needed to catch up with the rest of my life..

so here is what you've been missing..

fitted some new fuel lines, kicked in all new electrical wiring and mounted the engine..
not much pictures been taken due to the time pressure
but afterworths the magical moment of the marriage...





fitted in the steering wheel and wires..


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