Friends of the .04 Trolley
|The .04 at the end of the initial contract with painted new canvas on the roof and look carefully and you can see a trolley pole mounted. The body is pained with numerals added. The fender is now mounted and "Glolden Glow" headlight and makers are illuminated. Photos Mike Pannell|
|The .04 shows
off not only the initial paint but the marker lights and illuminated Route
Number sign generously donated by John Cox. The roof canvas is being installed.
|Looking toward the motorman's area with real Tramway seats installed and the ceiling light strip illuminated.|
|Looking towards the rear of car with seats installed.|
|.04 on it's wheels again showing the reconstructed front end||A close up of one of the wheel sets.|
|The rear of the car taking shape||.04 on it's wheels again!|
|The REAL Route Number Sign box courtesy of John Cox|
|View toward the front showing initial reconstruction.||View toward the front showing windows in place, the refinished floor, one seat installed and the controller case in place.|
|View towards the rear with some seats installed.||A close up of new windows and restored ceiling.|
|The rear of the car showing replaced sheet metal.||The front of the car with door in place and front end reconstruction.|
|From left to right, the front headlight awaiting its case, the refurbished back up light and the backup controller.|
|The No. .04 after being unwrapped|
Dismantled to start restoration
Some of the damage which must be repaired.
The interior showing the extent of work to be done
On the road to the restoration site.
|On the road to the restoration site.||The .04 in storage in Arvada, waiting for restoration.|