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 Posted: Mon Nov 16th, 2009 09:04 am
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 This started out as a furniture van. I removed the van body shortened the chassis and built on the drop side. It is painted and lettered as W.Canning and has a load and tarpaulin added. you might notice the registration as MJB1941 which are my initials and birth year,Oh! and I added the cab side mirrors. It will be in place on Mount Pleasant at Warley.

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Just up my street, Mike.
Like the wiper marks on the windscreen.



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Good luck with the show Mike the lorry will be a valuable addition.

cheers brian

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Good looking lorry Mike.  :thumbs:thumbs

How did you do the tarpaulin ?  It looks very authentic. :roll::roll:



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Tarpaulin is a piece of single ply tissue soaked with dilute pva and then painted. it allows for the tissue to folded creased etc and once dry it stays in the desired shape

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Thanks Mike - it works well !!! :thumbs



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