Monday, March 23, 2009

Gang Affiliation And Grillz

tour of East Germany / engine brought

Last week I was with my panda on tour through East Germany. First in Thuringia to a forum colleagues from the Super Panda Forum, engine conversion to another fuel injection system, Engine overhaul etc.

Then on Friday, after the engine was running at night, on to Berlin to Eike of the Italo-classic cars forum. On Saturday we are both to Luckenwalde in order to expand an engine from a Lancia Y10 GT. He should perhaps after the Restoration and approval of my 127 are incorporated in it. This conversion has been carried out at Eike get his 127 and entered.

The expansion was so far without problems, no rusted bolts and some parts that would have been in the way were already previously removed by the owner of the car.

We were full in timing, but this would be possible without the active support of Eike had never been possible!

Here he grad a couple of screws (I done that photo ...) was

In the absence of a lift there: 3 man lift up front, one pulls out the drive unit. But it was, the engine is out:

After the engine and the tool was loaded on the Panda, he has something "gesportbootet", ie it depended partly because of the lowering back down a bit. But it was, he fits in:

The most interesting part was the area where the cars were. A former barracks of the Russians. Not normally accessible via road, but now so wild that we cross with the Panda drive through the Botany and had a ditch. So it was very exciting with the lowering and weight behind it, but I am got through ;-)

However, the "hall" itself is such a thing was in itself, one side totally open, less protected from the weather. At least one broken pillar and roof were on my car after a short time, small concrete crumbs, although the hall itself was shaken to nothing. We were glad when the engine was out and we were off again, because I would describe the hall as a danger of collapse. Anyway, I'm what I wanted and it was great ne, interesting action.

And finally my thanks to Eike again for the support, accommodation and the small sightseeing tour of Berlin!

Monday, March 2, 2009

Glob Of Cervical Mucus During 2ww

It goes

Today is finally on 127 more times! Today I

the 127 somewhat differently positioned and jacked up and cut out the rusty inner sill completely. Sorry, can I speak in the absence of any digital camera images today.

had then the plates for the inner sill (which I got from a member of the Italo-classic cars Forum) adapted so that I can shrink-wrap the next time.

I have also adjusted the repair panels for the right side and cut that means wheel arch and sill plate.

so bad these sheets are not, but there are "Überbratbleche" thus provided for improper repairs by simply roasting the new sheet metal on the damaged area and zuspachtelt possible offset. This is recognizable from the fact that the sheets fit very well on the remaining sheet metal parts. I'm still going-out-as it should be separate the damaged areas to settle generous, and the new spot welding and tin plates adapted then the transitions.

If the right skirt is finished, I will repair the A-pillar area on the right side to suit, only then I will switch over to the left side. First up the car again, "stable" to be before I tear out other parts. Of which the rest of the rust damage in Grenzen hält, d.h. bis auf die Schweller und A-Säulen sind keine tragenden Teile betroffen.

Das nächste mal nehme ich eine Digicam zum schweißen mit, dann gibt es auch was zu sehen.