TowZone Posted May 16, 2018 Share Posted May 16, 2018 Euroassistance added this restoration to Tow411 in 2006: This is my GMC 7000, bought from the nato base of Aviano Italy, after six months of waiting now we starting the works on the unit. this is the unit when we buy it... . Lillo's is working to repair the front fender the fender is cover with bondo and I'm working to sand the bonnet, i think is a long way to the end of works....... <<24 Hours a day behind you on the roads>> RodVT said: Thanks Fabio. Pictures of the stages of rehab are really fun to look at. Please post often! Rod Euroassistance said: After many days of work something change rear is sanded and ready to repaint and now painting the cab this is the result and finally painting the bumper and the contour of the grille in black the cab is finished, now we work on the bed......... <<24 Hours a day behind you on the roads>> Fredstowingnj said: Looks like an old Nomar Euroassistance said: It's a canfield not a NOMAR really similar on the old mechanical s units, had only 42,000 Miles but was lefted in a yard for three years.... was ready for dismantling when I'm coming to buy it....and save !!!!! I'll go with 2 new batteries and it start in a second like was off for one day..... drivin' back to my workshop, about 250 miles......at 50 mph.... it was really an adventure Finally we see the finish line now remaining only the details red paint on the drums These are the last works and this I'm me i can't wait to make the first recovery/tow <<24 Hours a day behind you on the roads>> RodVT said: Very sharp Fabio. You are doing an excellent job! Rod Euroassistance said: Finally I see the end....... now remains only little details I fit air and electical supplies and all the necessary Da Wash Boss said: Super nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Truck looks great glad to see the old iron being back in service. There is nothing wrong with using them old trucks. An air gun is a whole lot cheaper to buy then an underlift. Pull the bumpers place your angle iron and away you go. Thanks for sharing. Danny Cassello TRPC East Hartford, CT Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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