Is a crossover really a late? I'd be interested to know (genuinely) the % of parts in common with early and late respectively, though I know that would be difficult to answer seeing as the bus kept changing every year.gagvanman said:Nice work, but isn.t that a "Late Bay"?
Earlybay.com is for fans of lowlight buses 68-72 model years.gagvanman said:Nice work, but isn.t that a "Late Bay"?
The motor frame is being made now should be in by the end of the month all being wellLove the colour and the work done on the van.
When do you think you will be ready for the fitting of the BMW bits? I take it the drive shafts will need changing to work with the gearbox (I know its not a gearbox as such but can't remember the name for it ) to get power to the wheels?
Looking forward to the next instalment
Yeah that is about what I thought it would be. I am in two minds whether to custom trim the seats or whether to purchase a set of the cream / tan half leather seats from another i3.Wonderful project! I have an i3s on lease and we are restoring our 71 too. I can't wait to see your progress with the conversion. As regards trimming seats I would budget £1500 for a nice job in leather akin to the one on the i3 FB group. My brother in law is a trimmer.