Drilling down on the final details. Boy do I sleep well (as in fall on the bed in a five second crash) after a day of running the buffer. Buffing is worth the extra effort, but it’s a kill-eh to […]
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Blocking and sanding this week – getting ready for the final prime. This is the repaired fiberglass front end. This is where I started on this restoration.
Polished Halibrand Mags – actual magnesium wheels. Before and After. Soda blast followed by bead blast, then polished. Can you guess how many hours of work are in this refurb? Magnesium friendly seal coat to follow. Paxton Novi blower!! Stand Back […]
Elk solid with perforated inset. Finding well made, high quality upholstery is a holy grail search. To date, I haven’t been impressed with the light weight vinyl and poorly fitting seat covers available from some of the Stude vendors. Having […]
I am still enjoying your carburetor rebuild on my R2 Lark. To be honest with you, it is almost scary when the car is moving and I floor it, the way it takes off…but I am grinning ear to ear at the same time!