The feeling of not being able to drive this old car and also just have a bit of fun with it sitting in our signshop for customers to look over and what a great conversation starter it was to, for sometime kinda rushed over me all of a sudden as the enormity of the whole resto whacked me right across the face just like that..... "Shit"
I reached for the phone and gave my mate Ray a call.. "Gidday Ray, how are ya" and we soon settle into a conversation about the job ahead of me, "Don't rush it Grant and don't go pulling it all to bits in a hurry", Ray quickly sets me on the straight and narrow then lays down some goals to aim for in the short term.
"Spray the rear and front guard bolts with some anti-seize then go inside and have a cuppa coffee" which I did and after a little while I returned and started to loosen the bolts on the rear guards
So the doors are now removed (easy when you now how) the old wire seat frames lifted out, labelled and hung up from the shed roof out of the way for now and some timber floor boards also removed and stored..
All rear guard bolts came undone without any problems and I have just left them hanging there to be pulled off.
Anyway that's it for my first day in the new resto shed....Cheers