Looking at what has been done since the last posting, you can see the attention to detail that has the Caddy almost ready for a coat of primer.
Irwin proudly displayed the car and his progress to a group of DVHCC members today. http://www.dvhcc.com.au/
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The latest update is below..........................
The driver's side rear guard was original
John King a good friend of Irwin has remade most of the passenger side guards rear section due to the original guard being too badly damaged. The front half section was the only section of the original guard re used.
Yes, it is a long way from the rear to the front
As I mentioned it in the first posting the chassis is enormous, and looks way ahead of it's time.
Progress has been made inside the cabin, with insulation and cover plates installed
The V16 power plant
Irwin conducted 2 tours of the man cave, with no shortage of participants for both.
Both front guards only require to be prepared now for painting in the future.
The doors on the Caddy close clean and precise
Next step, tail lights
Irwin showed how easily the soft top frame closes and hides its self behind the front seat
The following photos are of the new floor in the trunk.
The old floor pieces were used for patterns
Thanks Irwin, we look forward to further progress on your Caddy and seeing it on the road at some time in the future.
It will be a head turner.