Spent half a day getting the windshields bolted in, aligned, and the regulators adjusted so the windshields open and close properly, then pulled it outside and washed a year of shop grunge off. It looks pretty darn good, if I do say so. I almost didn't get it back in, it's nearly out of gas, so I guess that's the next thing to do!
We had a VERY busy fall, but vacation is over, my aching shoulder is back against the wheel here at Cool McCool's Garage. Been working on the Diamond T, I scored a set of nice rims for the "Millusion", and the '76 GMC has the plow all rebuilt, repainted, and ready for snow. Follow all the activity at "Cool McCool's Garage", just click on the link, http://flynbrian48.wordpress.com/ and follow along.
Great vacation on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The '46 Spartan Manor followed obediantly along behind, never complained a bit. Only broke down once, lots of good memories, and stories to tell. To see more, just go to &quot;Cool McCool's Garage&quot;, by clicking on the link, and follow along...http://flynbrian48.wordpress.com/
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The '36 is history, it's found a new home in Alamama. Saturday morning on the way to the Nats North met up with the transporter and loaded it. It was fun. Now what should I do? See more uselss blather here: http://flynbrian48.wordpress.com/
Thanks to the mods for FINALLY getting the photo journal section back up and running! Lot's has been happening here at Cool McCool's Garage. The new '47 Spartan Manor came home, the Diamond T has finally seen some work done, and the '36 Special is for sale. For more, just go to... http://flynbrian48.wordpress.com/