Yesterday I picked up my sixth project from Ray Wells. This one was a 1913 Touring. As usual I was delighted. A piece of art. It was finished on time and he had incorporated all of the brackets and original parts we had supplied and had generously discounted for the savings. This was all done without a contract. He is a man of his word. Dealing with people like Ray Wells, Russ Furstnow for speedometer repair, and the help and support of Ted Van Beek who is a wealth of information make a restoration a lot more enjoyable. This forum which I read daily is a tremendous help also. Didn't someone say "it takes a village" ?
Glad to hear that. Lets see a pic of the project!