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|plastic trim to hide sill rot|
|Topic Started: May 6 2011, 10:26 AM (918 Views)|
|Liam42||May 6 2011, 10:26 AM Post #1|
I recently picked up an ex disabled minibus which I'm in the process of converting, I'm currently looking for plastic trim to cover the rot along the bottom of the body especially round rear wheel arches. I know the newer models seem to have this as standard and I'm sure I've seen vans of my year(model) with plastic all round. So the 6million dollar question is does anyone know where I can pick trim up for it? I have spent a couple of weeks trawling the net without much luck.
She's an Iris bus conversion dated 2000 and I believe it might be a 29L9 tho details on actual model and year are a little sketchy-this sounds a little odd I know but I have had trouble correlating the index ref with the correct year..the body looks pre 98 but docs suggest 2000, anyhoo thanks for looking and any suggestions would be most welcome
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