Dave's Meyers Manx Buggy - Barwork, Seats and a Fuel Ta

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Re: Dave's Meyers Manx Buggy - Barwork, Seats and a Fue

Postby Brad » Wed Jan 12, 2011 4:29 am

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Bolted up so the people in side are all nice and safe.

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Re: Dave's Meyers Manx Buggy - Barwork, Seats and a Fue

Postby Brad » Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:10 am

Ok so the roll bar is done and fitted back into the Manx. MX5 Seats are also fitted along with Dash, windscreen and fuel tank.

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Fuel tank has been presure tested and fully tig welded. After this the custom filler and fittings are added and bonnet bolted down ready to go.
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Re: Dave's Meyers Manx Buggy - Barwork, Seats and a Fue

Postby Brad » Fri Jan 14, 2011 5:59 am

Well it is done and ready to go home in time for Dave to finish it off and get it built for Fraser Island.

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mmmm looks like that windscreen needs a good clean before he drives it :lol:

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Those MX5 Seats sure look comfy.
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Re: Dave's Meyers Manx Buggy - Barwork, Seats and a Fue

Postby Brad » Fri Jan 14, 2011 6:01 am

Lucky he got a Manx Badge set with the work, the front just looks naked without one.

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Now he just needs bigger front tyres to make it look tough enough for the Barwork.

Anyway now it is time to move onto the next Buggy Build .. I wonder what will be next .....
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