Starting into 2018 on this thread. If someone could post the link to the rest of the story that would be great."Martin Parry cab rebuild partII"
I have the cab ready for paint. Masked off for stripe. Paint is going on this weekend. Just a couple photos comming up.
Thank you Gary!
Dallas,Very Nice and i would say more but my spell check is sleaping! Again Very Nice and i can't waite to see the truck! Bud.
Well its primed! Saturday will be a lot of sanding. Color goes on next. Hope to post " in color" photos next time.
Wow! Just Wow!
Years from now you will look back and enjoy the pictures of the step by step.
Very nice work and a most impressive shop that you are working in. A finishing room with filters. wow
I started this project in June when I brought home the pile of lumber. Taking time to do research and find correct hardware and fasteners took a lot of time along with life happening but it is painted. Still a lot to do but this is a major hurdle for me.
The light in the paint booth and room really plays tricks on the eyes. This is more the color it will be.
Fantastic work. Its gonna be a beauty for sure.
Unmasked for the 1st time. One more coat on doors and paint on cab is finished.
Wow, looking good. I like clicking down thru this post and watching it change.
Oh man. :-)
Dallas, you have done a great job on the cab. It will be an assume truck when you get it done.
I agree with Dan, it is turning out AWESOME. I hope to end up with similar results when I build ours. Yes, I will be referring to your posts and photos during my attempt.
Thank you for documenting your work for us.
Thanks guys. Next step is to put it all back together for the last time. I need to have a set of seat springs made for it and install some glass. I have the beadboard for top also. Rear roll up curtian and top covering. Just a couple things. I take it one thing at a time and then move on.