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Day 6 04/01 2007

Why does rust take so long time to repair? Martin has dedicated most of the day repairing a small rust spot. Well, itís the only rust on the car and we want to thank the previous owner who has undercoated the car really well. This has made the car hold through 39 winters of Swedish salty roads.

In the mean time, Micke and I have been working with the trunk, preparing it for the generator and filter. We have done a heat shield between the rear seat and the trunk and strengthen baulks with flat bars. Finally we lifted the filter and producer into the trunk to see how the weight affected the suspension. The suspension was not in the bottom, but we have to do something to get the suspension stronger.

The evening got to an unexpected end when the draining from the sink stopped working. Whatís looks like a hole in the ground is the gully hole that we had to dig. Yummy!

 

 

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