Restoration process


Overview period - week 08, 2019.

1. Progress of the project.

 We continued assembling of the components, as well as fitting up of the engine and body using restored pre-assembled components.

We created needed patterns to produce insulation elements for luggage compartment lid.

We cut needed insulation elements from the dedicated material.

We applied insulation over the driver’s compartment floor and tailored new fixed carpets.

We attached fixed trimming to the passenger compartment panels.

We put in place new parcel shelf trimming.

We attached restored trimming panels into the driver’s compartment.

We put fixed and removable carpets into the driver’s compartment.

We put fixed and removable carpets into the passenger compartment.

We finished restoration of the fascia panel attaching new leather trimming at the bottom and installing recreated decoration elements.

We installed restored fascia.

Restored instrument cluster returned into the position.

New leather trimming of the glove compartment.

We installed pre-assembled glove compartment and top bow of the front panel.

As new weather-strip arrived we installed rear window.

We installed restored trimming panels of the doors.

We installed wooden decorations of the passenger compartment.

We assembled restored armrest mechanisms of the rear seat.

We assembled rear seat.

We installed new side trimming panels of the luggage compartment and produced new lid for storage recess.

We tailored and installed new rubber mats into luggage compartment.

We used restored and new components assembling reading lamp.

Restored windscreen washer pump installed in dedicated position.

Most of switches are not available for replacement, so we had to restore damaged units.

We tested mutual work of the radio unit and amplifier, before all units were fixed in dedicated places.

Windscreen wiper gears were damaged and we had to restore gearing.

We used restored gears assembling wiper drives.

We installed hazard-warning switch, which was not present on the original vehicle, but now is required by traffic safety regulations.

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