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Thread: Meet the Trot'n Turtle - Unimog U1300L Build

  1. #331
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    You should dye your hair black & get a flattop haircut to match your roof top.

  2. #332
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    Yeah a duke nukem style flat top. Ilmao

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  3. #333
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    This is the absolute coolest Unimog build. You gotta be so excited for when it's finally finished!


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  4. #334
    Quote Originally Posted by Verkstad View Post
    You should dye your hair black & get a flattop haircut to match your roof top.
    I think I'll pass on that one lol

    Hodakaguy
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  5. #335
    Quote Originally Posted by Nashorn101 View Post
    This is the absolute coolest Unimog build. You gotta be so excited for when it's finally finished!


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    Thanks, Yeah I'm really hyped to see it finished for sure...getting close.

    Hodakaguy
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    Riding Through History: CLICK HERE

  6. #336
    Assembled the small bits back onto the bed boards...getting closer to having the bed back on the truck again.








    Time to change the red undercoating to black so it matches the truck. This morning we De-greased/cleaned the undercoating then coated it with Blitz Black....looks a lot better now :-)

    Factory red undercoating...




    And changed to black, it will dry to a flat/satin finish.






    More to come....

    Hodakaguy
    My Syncro Westy Build Thread: CLICK HERE
    In Memory of the Crewmen NV: CLICK HERE
    Adventure is out there!: CLICK HERE
    Riding Through History: CLICK HERE

  7. #337
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    I think someone already suggested this, but you should put a clear plastic plaque or something similar behind the ladders. That way, your feet won't scuff up the paint!


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