I have decided to rebuild the entire front suspension. I ordered polyurethane bushings off of eBay (USA) for the superior performance and longevity especially in the harsh conditions of Africa. I will also be ordering all new rubber boots, steering rack and tie rods.
I also ordered a few tools to make the job easier.
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I saw this electric vehicle concept unlike. I love the clean lines and simplicity.
This should be easy to replicate in Africa. We can’t keep burning fossil fuel.
I ordered a Canon EOS M50 mirrorless camera to my photographic arsenal. I already have a Nikon D3400 that takes handsome pictures especially with the long lens. I also have a few GoPros already.
I will be picking up a few more GoPro copies that will be stuck on the exterior of the expedition vehicle.
Every car owner that has a collection also has one car that he regrets selling. Mine is this 1967 Austin Mini Moke.
I would love to recreate this car again. I know that they CKD were sold in Nigeria by British Leyland so I hope to find one in Nigeria to restore.
I still have lots of parts, used, NOS, New, and NLA for this specific car and classic Minis in general.
This is the very first “Naija Used” purchase. I named him Brutus.
I purchased Brutus in late 2016 in Ibadan.
It shows a general lack of previous ownership pride but all his ails will be treated as time goes along. I’ve been very impressed so far
He’s had all major oil service and tune-up. A new set of Firestone tires were also installed.
He did throw a lower ball joint on the driver’s side a few months after I purchased it. I replaced all the ball joints and tie rods.
Future Expedition Look