1952 AUSTIN SHEERLINE AMBULANCE2013 Year Nine
Photos by Dave Dickinson & John Duerksen
is nice to see the members still show up however it is getting that the |
jobs are less and more defined.
It seems that someone is always in someone else's road.
They are hoping to have some full day work parties
as it is the intention to have it ready for the May Tour here on May 10-13th.
|This is not the original bell however the |
British Car Club found one exctly the same and donated it to our club.
|It is starting to look good with some of the accessories in place.|
|Saturday January 19th|
This happens to be one of the full days the crew was hoping to have.
They made real good progress on getting the panelling in the back in place.
|Julian Slotylak, Ray Henry & Ken Hoshowski look on as |
Jason Tasko is inside showing what he wants.
|Jason cutting a piece to fit.||Not certain what Craig Beddie is working on.|
|The strips are stained to match the plywood.|
|Ray Henry & Keith Galbraith check out|
the wiring on the dash.
|Keith had taken the dash home to rebuild.|
Original on left with refurbished above.
Keith had borrowed the use of some of
John Tulloch's tools so John
stopped by to see the results.
Dick Parkes sprays some
of the wood trim to match the dash.
|Back to Thursday nights again.|
Doug McCloy installs roof vent.
|John Duerksen & Ken Hoshowski help |
Doug with the roof vent.
Dick Parkes & Ken Hoshowski
check out the doors getting
them ready for panelling.
|Jason Tasko is explaing to Ken Hoshowski how the door panels are go go.|
|Keith & Dick caught sharing a laugh.|
Craig Beddie checks out the lights
while Dick Parkes holds the other end of the wire
|Don Potts is now hooking up the |
signal lights, red light & siren.
|Doug McCloy is a glazier by trade |
so he is looking after
the installation of all the glass.
Here he is struggling a little
with a window channel.
It doesn't seem to want to co-operate.
|John Duerksen is not sleeping however |
he has to lay down to
adust the running
on the drivers side.
|John is now installing the rubber for the running boards.|
|Clark Borth gives John a hand |
by drilling the mounting holes.
|The back is looking good.|
The two brown strips on the floor
are for the roof corners.
Bob Chambers discusses with Keith the strip that goes around
the medicine cabinet in the back.
Bill Kermode is triming the gasket that goes under the door hinges so they do not show.
|It appears that everyone wants |
to work in the
|Someone donated us a |
1952 BC License Plate as that
is the year
of the Ambulance
|Keith Galbraith and Bob Chambers take a Monday afternoon to install the dash|
Ken Finnigan & Jerry Wallin
work on the rear cupboard
|Julian Slotylak & Virgil Lysgaard |
watch Dick Parkes straighten out
a piece of the door trim.
|Dick Parkes holds some door trim that he straighten out while waiting for |
Doug McCloy and Mel Nordal to get the window stripping in place.