|Today 05:41 PM|
|Today 05:09 PM|
I have saw it or one like it before ,,don't know if they were an option,,i will ask Troy he opened a lot a couple miles above the house with all types old cars ,,And he had to park my 65 Vette out fron to rib it in,so
me of the cars
|Today 04:58 PM|
I guess I'm down to about a year left on the house build.
Been running wires all day today. Hopefully I can get insulation and drywall in 2 months. Lots of other things to do before this though. Every time I turn around, I see something else to do.
All water and drain pipes are done and inspected. Framing inspection done.
If the year turns into hot rod time estimates, it'll be another three.... I miss working on my car.
|Today 04:56 PM|
|Too Many Projects|
|Today 04:09 PM|
and I thought I goy a lot done mounting Mother in law seat
LOL ,just joking saw it and had to shere
|Today 01:16 PM|
|Too Many Projects||
Bumper looks nice, the tag light, is it also a brake light in the center ?
|Today 12:27 PM|
we got another foot of snow yesterday so spent the morning plowing and shoveling again. 2 feet in the last week.
So today I got the wood stove going in basement, -3 deg this morning. decided to start polishing the stainless bumpers and other parts on the coupe. waiting for my grill shell to come back from chrome plate shop to put things back together.
|Yesterday 04:52 PM|
Got a little work done on my camper today. I pulled the front window last week trying to track down a leak. I got all of the putty cleaned off of the back of the window frame, got the front of the camper cleaned up and ready to reinstall the window. Once of the screws stripped the wood, so I drilled it out, and glued slivers of wood in to fill the hole. Broke out the mallet and wood chisel to remove a portion of the framing around the window. I needed to build up an area where the opening was a bit too large and one of the window screws split the framing. The replacement wood is glued and clamped in place, and will get trimmed to size once the clue dries.
Nothing of note accomplished on the '57, just looked for the receipts for the calipers. No joy there.
|Yesterday 12:38 AM|
Good place to start as a counter jumper, upwards and onwards, started my 9 to 5 job 30 years ago as a counter jumper then within 18 months I was on the road as a rep. Never looked back. Good luck to nick, hope it goes well.
|Yesterday 12:12 AM|
|02-12-2016 10:48 PM|
|Dave57210||Get him some oxygen for when he has been surrounded all day by the gases given from half-cured plastic and rubber. Just going in to those places cannot be real good for your health - doing 8-10 hours in that environment.......|
|02-12-2016 10:44 PM|
I didn't do crap but Nick did. Today he went to his orientation at his new job at Harbor Freight. He got home, went to the machine shop and got his axle where they had pressed on the new bearing. He installed the axle and then went off to work in the Falcon for the first time. I am so proud of him.
Retail, if you haven't worked retail you don't know you are alive! I always say that when you go to work retail look at the hours the store is open when you walk through the door, and be ready to work those hours. Forget what they say, what you are being hired for, be ready to work all the hours on the door. He was suppose to work graveyard stocking shelves. He went to work tonight at 5 pm. I went by to see him there (without him seeing me understand) and he was manning the register! The hardest job in that building is the register! I can't wait until he gets home tonight and see how it went.
|02-12-2016 07:11 PM|
|cozwurth||Worked on dad's 57 today, got the front brake hoses replaced. No joy... still pulls to the right when first hitting the brakes...|
|02-12-2016 02:05 PM|
|AirwolfPJ||Did a temporary install of the hinges and luggage rack in the Tbucket box cover. Pics in my build thread.|
|02-12-2016 02:02 PM|
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