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welding complete on Moo Mop

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welding complete on Moo Mop Empty welding complete on Moo Mop

Post  TAY53 on Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:13 pm

welding complete on Moo Mop P1020016
welding complete on Moo Mop P1020012

Had issues uploading, however the top image is after and the below is before, hope this will allow me to get through the mot, just needs a bit of paint then can get the new radiator fitted and plumbed in then at long last get the engine running for a period of time.
The bracket in the below image was to compensate for the naff welding that was attempted prior to my purchase.
I did manage to get the engine running a few weeks back but could only run her for a short period due to the excessive leak on the rad, Moo Mop sounded well considering its been some time, next on the list will be the brakes, think I need to do a complete re-build on them.

Anyway its getting nearer, hoping to get to the Newark show (without Moo Mop), so I will show my face.
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