I know I missed a week and wanted to keep you cats in the loop so I'll post a little somethin' somethin' for ya.
Been doing a lot of "not in the garage" work these days but I have gotten back into the model A and have been doing mud work on the roof. Not to much to tell other then ya put plastic on, and sand it off, then repeat! It's coming along.
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Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Since English Don's "Babylon Taxi" is all done and he's having fun at Laconia NH. I am back to work on the 1930 Model A Ford top chop. I got all the welding done on the top, the door tops are back in place with new door hinge pins etc. I am in the process of cutting the interior garnish moldings and will move onto the windshield frame after that. I'll have to remember to take my camera to the day job and snap pics of the progress of the '63 Chevy station wagon for you guys also. I am dying to get back to work on the "Baja Bandeeto" but i will have to finish up a few paying gigs in my home garage first. I have been filming this top chop from the start and will make a DVD set on how it is all done and every thing I did so you guys at home can see it all from start to finish! Keep an eye out for that new DVD trailer here on my blog. Thanks for stopping by, now get back out in the garage and build something!
Sunday, June 5, 2011
The 1969 Chevelle Rag Top is all done and on its way home. The Customer of the shop I work at only wanted the rear clip done so that's why it looks like I only did half the car, inner & outer wheel tubs, quarter's, trunk floor and all the braces. I have been bouncing around between this car a '72 Chevelle SS big block and the '63 Chevy station wagon. The SS was just about ready for the paint booth till we ran into a problem hanging the front end sheet metal and found the right side frame horn was bent down an inch. I didn't take the car apart so I had to find that out all by my lonesome. Lucky me! I'll snap some more pics If i remember to bring the camera to work. Now get back out to your garage and start working!!!!!