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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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it was decided that a sandblast would be a good idea to get the rest of the engine bay paint off and interior and a few heavily bogged areas aswell, this would give us a good look at what we are looking at in terms of rust and metal work to be done...

It does a fantastic job although quite expensive it gets rid of the paint i could not remove myself with the paint stripper and elbow grease method i used on the other panels.

here is the result... ouch

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started tagging holes in the engine bay that i no longer need to be filled :) the battery tray has been removed along with the tags for wiring etc so it will be smooooth.

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and holes around my rear window aswell. previous owner had some kind of tarp thing drilled into the fire wall which created a bunch of holes no longer needed..

Posted on: 2008/8/9 5:20
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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Some Progress shots of the mighty datsun 1200 with some awesome flares from 120fly, cheers again for all the help and pepper for some hints and ideas on fitting.

I think the photos say enough..

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Posted on: 2008/8/24 12:58
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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flares look good! can't wait to see it painted. Good work

Posted on: 2008/9/3 7:34
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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loving the ride height.. i might invest in a set of flares aswell i think.. hmmmm

Posted on: 2008/9/3 14:17
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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hey man, that 1200s coming up excellent. great work man. dont think i will be putting flairs on mind but i will pump the guards out a little.

Posted on: 2008/9/4 8:52
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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looking good mate.
Just wondering, what kinda rims are they?

Posted on: 2008/9/4 9:18
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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the rims are ssr casablanca's the only pair i have seen, i think they will suit the car nicely.... Havent done much progress lately as i have a baby on the way, couple of days actually!!!! Thats my other project atm

stay tuned

Posted on: 2008/9/5 11:31
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havent had much to add lately as a bunch of family stuff has been going down with a baby on the way!!!!!! thought it was time to add some photos here is a front lip !!!! to go with the flares...

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And just to stir the pot here are some pics of my new engine for this beast, many will hate on my choice but i think it will do the job nicely! And best part is all parts i have been gathering for the past 6 months have ended up dirt cheap so i just had to do it.....

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Posted on: 2008/9/13 11:28
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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Mate there is nothing wrong with 4age powa.
Although maybe a little bit left field being toyota but i guess its how it goes not what badge the engine has at least its still japanese.
Keep her goin!

Posted on: 2008/9/13 11:46
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Re: PROJECT. Mradtee23's sunny truck.
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i just finished rebuilding a 4agze motor for my mates 86, they are mad engines and easy to work on thankfully. Tunings the annoying part but thats the same with every engine

Posted on: 2008/9/22 15:30
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