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My Progress

haha yeah, was woundering how long it would be before someone mentioned it. The previous owner had done the conversion. Im under two minds as to keep them or not. :rolleyes:

They are made from ali as the rest of the body, as you can see the cab has been cut away, and supports have been fitted inside to hold the doors. Its good because you get alot more clearance to fit wider things inside, but it can be hard on the eyes i think.
They may look a bit odd, but the amount of times I have cursed the narrowness of the standard back door... KEEP THEM!:D
That back end does look different, but I like it. It doesn't look like an amature effort either. Keep it, looks unique... A prototype land Rover could have done or should have done.
I guess the vote is to keep them then :D

I couldn't afford to get rid anyway at moment, glad you all like them. Can see its going to be a good talking point when out and about.....
i think they are hard on the eye because the rest of the upper rear body is white.
i like em though.

I am thinking of re-spraying the whole thing in the summer (penny's permitting), the white side will be going blue (or colour of choice) too. Just going to keep a white roof.
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