The finished product

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derekfinn's picture

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Very impressive looking Gordon - nice detailing. Look forward (maybe) to seeing this one in the flesh in Dublin when your over.

Derek

G-Restorations's picture

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Hi Derek you have seen it in the flesh in Donegal last year, I offered you a drive because I know how differently it drives to your blue LWB 606 but you declined. I will be in it at Eddies bash and I should have Gavin Walsh's 606 G with me on a trailer.

Gordon O

Simon666's picture

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Great piece of work, and does look completely Factory. Amazing what hard work, talent, skill and determination can do :-) and the other thing this does is give G enthusiasts another legit place to go to bring their G's upto date, reducing the chances of some poor bugger ending up with one of the bad ones!! Very nice Simon
prwales's picture

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it's a very neat installation

G-Restorations's picture

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Thank you,     I've aimed for it to look as "factory" as possble, 

Bucketandsuz's picture

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Looks savage, Fair play.

what do you think the turnaround time on a Wagon would be to get this done?

 

G-Restorations's picture

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We get the engine and gearbox pretty much done on the floor, that's the way I've designed the conversion, so there is a minimum of work to prepare your vehicle, and only minor modifications are required. so would estimate a two week turn around.   

This would depend on what model G, what engine, and what gearbox the vehicle comes to me with,  we currently don't offer and autobox option because of final gearing issues but this is something we're working on.

We're bringing a 460 from Cork in the new year and delivering it back done when we come over to Dublin for Eddies Valentines bash.

Gordon O

panzer's picture

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Looks good (read wonderful ) so what is the best (read easiest/cheapest) 460 for the transplant treatment.

I suspect it is a diesel / manual.

Check with your accountant if you can claim research and development relief on all the hard work you have done to get this far.Probably not -  but worth a try.