The rust, such as the bonnet, roof, and trunk, was cut and the original paint was completely removed.
It is repaired by returning to the state of the iron plate.
The part of the claw where the mall is mounted, such as the line around the opera window and the roof to the pillar, also faithfully restores the original line.
The repair of the body panel is completed, and the surfacer and putty are put. After this, it is completed with full coating.
The M-TEU engine to be transplanted is partially rusted, dirty, and the tappet cover is partially peeled off, and the tone is not good.
Check the combustion chamber and around the valve by hiding the head. Some valves had rusted carbon.
Replace consumables and OH the head. The photo shows valve assembly.
Rusted parts around the engine were re-plated for reusable parts such as bolts and nuts, heat shields, and piping.
Steering gearbox was rebuilt for 110, and a new pitman arm for 105 with a slightly different angle was installed.
Rear hosing, brakes for 110 are transplanted and rear stabilizer is added.
Posted: Nostalgic Hero April 2011 issue vol.144 [All information in the article is current at the time of publication]