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post #16 of 39 (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 06:15 AM
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Hi Bernhard

great photos of the restoration. Do you have more pictures. I would be very interested in other detail photos. Maybe you can send it directly to me? If yes i'll pm you my email.

I've also a 1900 from 1956 (VIN 10045) which needs a restoration. Where are you located?

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hello andy,
i m from austria graz
more pics here. This is only an excerpt.
I prefer aluminum bodywork restored Italian classics.
I weld alumium for the old craftsmanship with the gas flame.
are further measuring technology and molds my specialty
more pictures here
i m last week to ticino - ascona.
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andy, here my gallery -> Flickr: touring-garage's Photostream

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Hi Bernhard

great photos of the restoration. Do you have more pictures. I would be very interested in other detail photos. Maybe you can send it directly to me? If yes i'll pm you my email.

I've also a 1900 from 1956 (VIN 10045) which needs a restoration. Where are you located?

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Hi Andy,
lange nicht gesehen. was macht der schlafende 1900 PF?
Ich habe Deine private E-Mail adresse nicht mehr. Schickst Du mir diese mal?
Gruß
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Beautiful work. What color will the paint and interior be once its done?
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hello, here the right side from traditionally handcraft works on CSS
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Wow. Great work Bernhard!
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Beautiful.

I'm curious about that shiny surface appearance at the edges of the panels- how was that done, and what is the purpose?

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thank you for the compliment.
i m learn this so to manufacturing high quality prototypes and making special bodyworks and so is looking professionell finsh.
so can better find the lines if you want to work as possible without thick layer filler.
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Impressive restoration.

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here the gas-alloywelding craftsmanship.
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Beautiful work. That's an impressive skill, to do it like they did originally.

I imagine that unfolding the aluminum panels from the steel framework, and putting them back on, without damaging things too much, is very challenging as well.
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Beautiful work. What color will the paint and interior be once its done?
Hello

Original colour is grigio biacca but I prefer the dark blue colour like Bleu cobalto. I just started to think about.
Master Bernhard has done an excellent job, I´m very happy about it.

The proud owner of 10290.

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hi gerhard,
thanks for compliment.
here are the pictures of the production and montage from floor plates.
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