Now I know that the battery box (by the passenger side step) was originally locked. As for the toolbox under the passenger seat, the mystery remains.
And now some fiddly stuff I've been playing with.
Firstly, the windscreen pivot bolts are severly rusted, so I welded them with a small MIG and used a correct-size nut as a guide to grind/file the head to shape. The two pics are self-explanatary I think.
And just some pointers I learned while folding the lip on the cowl vent door (1.6mm). The picture shows the door firmly clamped to the former and a big lump of plate. That helps a lot. The conventional hammer left a lot of hammer marks that had to be removed later with a flapper disc on the angle grinder. However the old panel hammer beside it was much tidy-er. I wouldn't use a real good panel hammer on such heavy sheet as it would probably mark the hammer face. Also, the dolly can be seen. Its a 'Heel' dolly, but any flat dolly would do. It goes on the top of the job adjecent the hammer strokes to stop any curving of the top of the job that may want to happen. This way I get a nice tidy fold. Incidently, the more noise the hammer blows make, the less secure the job is and the poorer the result.
Till next time, Sam.