After four years of a couple hours here a few there, I finally Got-er Done.
Very nice! I take it you've decided not to install splash aprons?
I approve of your rear fenders
Maybe later on the aprons when I locate the one I'm missing. Same with running board for driver's side. Look close under the spare. Its a wooden stand in. Or on. BTW It's a '24.
Very nice! I loike the back fenders too!
Thanks Ed. I got the Maple wood I used for the body as scrap from a business in Grayling several years ago.
Outstanding Gary. Looks Great! And isn't it nice to be at this point with it?
Looks great! And the weather should be cool enough to make going for a drive really nice there in Michigan.
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Looks great! Your 4 years and a couple of hours reminds me of a never-went-to-high-school engineering tech I worked with years ago. When the "real" engineers couldn't figure it out they'd let Pete look at it. He usually found the problem. One time a customer asked him..."Pete? How long did it take you to figure that out?" Pete said, "Sir, 30 years and 30 minutes."
Very nice Hack.
How did you build your roof? I like the shape of it.
Thanks everyone for the compliments.
Ed, I'll get some pictures of the roof tomorrow.
Ed, A couple pictures of the roof. I joined two pieces to get the curve for the sides. You can see the joint. I used 2" slats made from wood underlayment so I could get the compound curve for the roof.
Very nice! Thanks for posting.