While a renovation is going on, it is easy to forget how the different parts looked like before we did order them. Therefore, I have done some before and after pictures to show the incredible difference cleaning, painting and general tidying-up does. Not to mention the feeling of knowing that things work as they should.
We start with the powertrain: engine, gear box and steering gear.
Instrumentation and wiring.
We have also replaced the modern rod antenna with a loop antenna.
Since the holidays are over it is time to start again. There is still much to do before the work is done.
But we are back on track.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all.
Now we make a break for the holidays, but in January we are back.
The fuel system consists of the fuel tank, carburetor and an electric fuel pump.
The petrol pump, an AutoPlus, works surprisingly good. after the renovation. We did not think that we could get a pump more than 80 years old started.
The electrical system is not particularly complicated. It consists of two fuse boxes, lightning, the electric starter and an electric fuel pump. Under the dashboard are most cables coated.
Even in the engine compartment begins cables come in place.
We have started to refit the interior of the body. All hatches are mounted. However, they are not painted jet. The fuse boxes and wiring inside the fighting compartment are mounted. The cables for the front lights are prepared for mounting.
Finding a termostat housing that fits and at the same time fits the sensor to the temperature gauge was not easy. Finally we found a house that after some modifications could be used. The first picture is taken before the modification. The second image shows the modification for the temperature sensor.