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Posted by on 18 February 2014

Got some good progress made.  Came down to the shop intending to work on cleaning one of the walls that we need to repaint, and instead ended up removing one of the benches that’s going to get turned into shelving.  I was getting ready to take off when my partner in crime, Eli, texted to ask if I was still around… and then we spent three more hours taking Vector apart.

We got both fenders, the upper and lower valence pans, both doors, and the trunk lid pulled.  Not a bad night’s work.


We might need better lighting, though, if we’re going to be taking pictures at night.

Next up: Engine removal.

2 Responses to Vectory!

  1. Zachary Byron Helm

    Hi there, I found your blog on a search for Insoc images. Both the band, and Vector were huge influences growing up.

    After almost ten years I finally found a car I wanted to turn into a post apocalyptic vehicle, a 1971 Cadillac Superior Hearse. Currently it has several flamethrowers, a lot of extraneous lighting, AC and DC power and a few other amenities.

    You can see some pictures of my work here –

    • perlhaqr

      Cool. It’s funny you should show up at this very moment, because I just uploaded a pic of the ’66 Miller Meteor Ambulance I have. :) It will be going on the “Vehicles” page.

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