November 2018 :
Start building again
Oktober 2018 :
Ready for the painter
September 2018 :
Another step in the right direction, we decided to glue the inlay of the roof.
Part for the pillars are done, and now making moulds of it again.
Jeeeez, it is hot outside, almost too hot to work on de Flyer.
Look at the steering wheel, isn't it beautiful.
Finally, the exhaust is finished, the basket is done and we started with the window covers.
March 2018 :
After a long time with no news something did happen.
We had a lot of discussions and we decided to not use the flexible exhaust pipe because it looks horrible
We had the exhaust guy build the perfect angle exhaust and use that as base. Welds will not be visible in the end.
Fender support front
CUp chair fully covered
After one month of hard work de bosy parts are finally finished and can be ordered.
The guys in the factory could finialy see the end result.
Everything seems to fit, woohoo ;-)
Today fitting the doors.>
Fitting the parts.
Fitting the parts
First trail part of the body, looking good if I say so myself!!.
It took a while but the "Tub" was kind of a lot of work to finish
Part back from teh factory, super light and very strong.
Why is molding the parts taking so long?
Below you can see a selection of the molds that are going to the factory today
Front and back side of the "tub" done
First layer of the underside of the roof
Underside of the "tub" is ready
The only parts left are the body and the roof. After this is done we can go to the factory
Making test parts... looking good
Started on the roof, difficult!!
Engine cover mould
Started on the roof, difficult thing.
Body ready to start working on
Cowl mould complete
Rear chassis cover
Second last part of the rear
Bottom side of the cowl
Mould of rear part
Door moulds ready
First test product left front
First "example" from the molds, happy!!
More moulding work
First parts from the moulds
Preparing the molds
Started with making the moulds
Welcome in the Netherlands, it looks like a big model car
Ready for the Netherlands
How does it look in color?