Its had a LPG conversion
Yes, that will go and weld up the filler hole. I just need to find a spare tyre winch.
What I was getting at with seats is HQ-HZ buckets won’t bolt straight into a WB, but the bench seats will. The good thing about a van as opposed to ute and cab chassis is they don’t have the cabin rear wall so there is more room for the back of a seat. I know HQ-WB were the full size Holden back in the day, but they have bugger all legroom in them. Everyone I get in my HJ Premier it is such a tight squeeze compared to newer stuff. One way to make it better is to run an auto but use a manual brake pedal, at least gives more foot room.
You could try some seats like these, but be careful when you Engineer it as van seats need a solid back on them.
It is probably easier for you also to throw away the whole WB body harness and find one from a HX or HZ. You need one from a quad headlight car, avoid a dual headlight setup. So Premier or Statesman. The back harness from a HJ-HZ ute or van if you plan to run HQ-HZ rear lights, and most Engineers that are any good will make you fit the side lights if you don’t run WB rear lights. The reason is the harnesses are very different for WB due to the reversing lights. It affects the whole dash harness and the blinker mech as well, plus the rear harness.
Be careful of bolt threads on WB, some are metric.
Thanks all good points to remember. I was thinking of grafting in the rear side lights,
Good one. I’ve heard the panel adhesive is the way to go and what I’m planning with my EK van. You want a bench seat so you can go three across the front, boards in the back.
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I was never a surfer but I sailboarded for about 20 years, so it might have to have the tail gate up with the windsurfer out the back
Brett im pretty sure someone is making complete sides to infill panel van windows
Have you got a upper tailgate ?
Yes it came with a reasonable upper tail gate with the elusive handle intact and the click braces plus another bottom tail gate in better condition.