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In this video, DIY-DVD's Phil shows you how to perform a complete body work on a Morris Minor with focus on the plastic trim.
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So we’re close to feature now. Here’s the back bumper. We painted all the bumper on black, it’s quite good. With the front, make that chromed, plenty of vents and it’s superb. So what we’re going to do now is go ahead and take the back looms off. Hold the ends up tight. I want to be sure that the black is the right color for the car. Stick it in and I will show you the last little bits, the bits that fit the car. So let’s go outside and take a look.
Let’s put this back on. I have to show you something. Come here and take a look. 14-inch mini light poppies specifically for a Morris Minor, I awfully need it very well in the wheel arch with the color, silver wings. Look at the front, that’s what it used to look like. So a finishing touch, I couldn’t help but stick one on. This one is big enough. Let’s go with the bumper ons, black. This would actually sit nicely here. Probably, three parts are missing out here so we’ll stick about through with the washers on, hopefully. That’s two with nuts on the baggage. You might push it upright so you can take the beating.
Now, cut holes in the plastic, probably hard enough plastic not to damage it, slide that in over the bolt for the holes. So now, we don’t—a pinch and button ones up so that can’t get pulled out. And then whenever you bolt that, just put a slice in the plastic, slide it over and pinch it out all the way around to the front inch and that’s slightly dropped down. So I’ll do that and cover all that on a few. As soon as I got this, we’ll bolt it up, we’ll come back and go on through them. It’s nearly on a solid car state.
So the snow stopped since the last time at the shop. So I quickly mentioned, the pin is down there bolted between those ___. So go around the curves with lots of little snips. So that curves around, that’s what we’ve done there and we also curve the other one as well. After that, we get a few more closer cuts and get it to curve down the last thing. So it’s that, and with the back loom that I showed you. It’s on here. What we have to do is you just drill the holes. Check they’re all on place especially with the dinged holes to make the holes. We have the boot up so I think we’re going to grind the plates with the bumper of the truck. It should have two holes pointing to the ___ and then come up with another.
They line up perfectly. Drill an extra hole for the washer to get in. We’re going to put nuts on the back of that. Now this one, not a very nice job. I’ll need to get a file because it’s not just a round hole, we got two lugs on the side. We’re going to allow it to slip into the hole. So I have to get a file to do that and I even got one here. So I’m going to rest that in the hole so to stop it from pushing all the way. So anyway, we’ll do that another day. With that in place, you’ll notice I’ve got the old ones back on. Hopefully, that would ___ their own on the carriage. And the other after that is the new ones __. I want plastic trims with the chrome. I’m looking down and it needs painting again. I’m looking towards when there come the years when the painting comes off. That’s the back pretty much though. And bumper are ___ and again, nothing can stop the ones that I want and feel free to cut back in but I don’t want to worry about that. I need to put some pieces on that. I could do it on a later date and then I’m going to again put the trims on. It fits pretty much there.