When I first saw this number plate it was on Gregs baywindow bus that he toured the country in, and I just had to laugh at the number plate, clever I thought.
Greg asked if we could put together a splitter van this time round for him, as he enjoyed his bay so much, and enjoyed traveling as well.
We arranged with Greg to score himself a 1964 panel van and carried out Gregs wishes from there.
We fitted the bus with a balljoint front beam with a power booster and disc brake front end out of a 75 or so bay. One of our IRS Conversions, with later 75 or so rear drums etc.
A late model transaxle was fitted and a good 1600 twin port motor slotted into the engine bay like it had lived there for ever.
With an Engineers Report and a weigh bridge ticket in hand we headed off to the blue slip inspection station had it inspected and passed.
No sooner did that happen and Greg called in with NORENT number plates in hand and drove it home.
Its almost a sad day to see another splitter leave here, but, its great to see the smile from ear to ear as the owner Kruizes on out of here.