The rear hatch turned out great.
The hinges are effective as are the props and there won't be the problem of drooping struts later.
The modern windscreen method looks good too.
Here's a way of me getting into my own pictures.
The very tidy engine bay.
......and the V8.
The tail lights are like new ones.
The extractor vents are early Crown too aren't they?
They were fitted by the original builder, Jim Richards. No, not Jum, but Dr. Jim Richards (doctor of warmongery at WRE). They weren't entirely put back just to fill the holes. The flow through ventilation is good too.
In addition to the Coopers Pale, the Mk.7 was welcomed in with Wallace Shiraz and the Bolwell Cab. Sav.
Out the front, some notable cars were Ron's, Wayne's, Roger and Lynne's and Scott and Julie's.
Wayne's Birkin is also a joy to behold. He's done a beautiful job on that. In a relatively short space of time too.
Meanwhile, across the Nullabor, another Mark 7 reaches registration.