I've been posting updates of my 1947 Flxible bus restoration on the RVOC forum but I've had a few requests to put information on here as some don't go over to the "dark side" much:BigGrin: For those who don't know the story, I'll very briefly explain: I was surfing the net as you do and came across a make of vintages busses called Flxible (not a spelling mistake, they removed the "e" to trademark the name). It became a bit of a dream to own one and then eventually found a fairly rust free example in the California desert that was destined for the crusher and bought it. We have been living on baked beans on toast ever since to try and fnance the restoration The project has reached an important milestone as it now runs (having been stood for over 30 years). This has required a huge investment so far but there is no turning back now!! I have a flickr account that I will update and a short video on youtube of the bus finallly moving under it's own steam: http://www.flickr.com/photos/95137559@N04/sets/72157635089781485/ [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH3kYLzjlp8"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH3kYLzjlp8[/ame] I'll update as I go along. You can read the full story on the RVOC forum (1947 flxible clipper restoration thread). I'm called bingo_66 on there.