Seat Box Install Land Rover Series 2A Restoration Repair Pillar Floorboard upholstery resto

Seat Box Install Land Rover Series 2A Restoration Repair Pillar Floorboard upholstery resto

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1962 Land Rover Series 2a 109 Station Wagon LWB Diesel 2.25L restoration and repairs.
Fort Pitt Land Rover Group, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
Door pillar
Footwell
Chassis
Bulkhead
Weld
Brakes
GB Parabolic springs
Shocks
Wiring
Radiator
Rear Crossmember
Rust is not a crime!
Bearmach YRM BritPart Paddock Spares
The Welding Wood

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@SladesVWBeetle says:

Looking great!!! You’re ready to roll soon!! Just spray some Bed liner or Rust bullet!

@ragfour9303 says:

Thanks Cory..almost perfect timing, very nearly ready for my seatbox to go back in.

@icedog75 says:

Spray bedliner would make an excellent coating for the interior spaces of your seat box. Would also quiet down the inevitible road noise from all that sheet metal.

@Doubleodude says:

Looking great man.

@vod8008 says:

That fuse is almost certainly a Previous Owner modification/addition. You might find some evidence in some other parts of the wiring loom of a feed taken off a "high power" source (starter motor or ammeter, for example)

@merykjenkins3274 says:

Hi Cory, good to see another video out! My 2a 109 is ex military (2 door) so I have a fuel tank under each seat, so my weird thing hanging out of the seat box is a two way valve to select the fuel tank to be used (seized up!!). I also had a random fuse carrier installed off the battery, but I reckon that was for the military radio. If I was a betting man, I would say that the fuse carrier on your seat box was to protect the charging circuit for the second battery. You must be getting close now to being back on the road!

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