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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-05-2012 11:46 PM
malc Try RodsŽn Sods in the UK, youŽll more than likely find more people familiar with Bedford/Vauxhall there.
If not there is Oz.
10-05-2012 10:22 PM
68 Badford
Bedford J3 chassis

Hello to all and many thanks in advance for all help given,
I have receintly purchased a 68 Bedford/Vauxhall J3 in Australia and are now realising the cost associated with the few available spare parts and although on a low budget (as everyone else) I am in no rush to complete but want to get cracking and before I head down the wrong track with attempting to modify the excisting chassis was wondering if anyone knows of a suitable modern chassis that I could use to circumnavigate the registeration requirements.

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