Over in the Gloucester the last two sets of sliding lights have been fettled and refitted. A giant jigsaw puzzle was then solved, with the trial fitting of the luggage rack frame backing on the drivers side of the centre and rear saloons. This also means it's been possible to measure up the missing pieces. All of the unrefurbished panels have been taken away as a homework project.
In the cab the electrical department have been busy, with the throttle controller wired in a held down with some 5/16 BSF bolts.
The final support for the terminal board was welded in, and the terminal board has now been fitted, with most existing wiring already having been terminated onto it. Conduit pipes were attached onto the plates leading to the front jumpers as well. Once the charging cables have been fitted, it will be possible to power up the vehicle from a shore supply similar to the Cravens at Llangollen.
This week, although quiet, has still brought progress on the Gloucester restoration. In the cab of the trailer, the air & axle panel, along with the speedo and tacho have been fitted and wired up.