Lightspeed Mike· Registered
Thanks.WOW, very nice !! You work at a sheet metal shop ?? Looks professionally shaped.
That's called making a commitment......I did this......gawwd...........
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I piddled out in my garage for a bit yesterday, got a little cleaning up and straightening out done. Gotta make room for more stuff from dad's shop. I also got a little more done on the Chevelle. A little more picking in the wheel well. Last night and this morning my bride and I have been working on an antique chair that has been in her mom's family for a LONG time. We have no idea what the original seat was made of, but it looked like someone had used cotton rope from a hardware store and it was falling apart pretty bad. My bride bought a spool of natural sea grass to use and we got it done. Middle section is still damp in the pic. Her mom is going to be happy to get it back. View attachment 619727 View attachment 619728
That's really neat!!! I remember my parents had stool like that and was frayed and falling apart. I had thoughts of redoing it but didn't have clue what type of material it was or where to start. I'm sure it got thrown out years ago.
Yes, plates.What's that? The license plates?
How's she running?
I bought it 30 years ago. Started on it shortly after that. Things happened, including getting married, buy house have kids, buy another house. I wanted to do it right, so it got shelved and I built the 47 Mercury pickup meanwhile. By the time I got back to it, I didn't like just about everything that was previously done, technology comes along way too. When I bought it the LS engine hadn't even been invented yet!! Now I couldn't of powering it any other way.30 years? I thought you were going at this only recently.
I have a manual rack so my plan isMike,
I'd be interested in knowing what alignment specs you end up using. Glad to hear you're up and running. Looks great!