Phil’s bus paint up in some protective black just to keep it from going rusty in the short term…..next job, slam time!! watch this space!!

Fuel tank area looks pretty good, so with a new sender unit fitted, after testing its operation on the gauge, tank goes back in.

With Phil’s repairs made, it’s time to make good and put some water protective paint over it….it won’t match as it’s simply to keep everything water tight!

Phil’s B pillars get some attention to make them solid again.

Phil’s bus gets a new outrigger and jacking point from Autocraft as well as some inner wheel arch repairs.

Helen’s engine almost back together and ready to go in. However we’ve got to take the fuel tank out to replace a non-working sender unit.

Phil’s front Off Side wheel arch is looking a little rusty and as this was flagged up on his last MOT, it’s now time to change it. So out with the old.

While Helen’s engine is out all the pushrod tubes are being treated to some new seals to help stop all those annoying little drips.

While Helen’s engine is out all the pushrod tubes are being treated to some new seals to help stop all those annoying little drips.

Shiney new head all assembled and ready to go.

Phil’s engine bay and rear end getting finished off before being painted up!!