After just over a year, I rolled out my '13 chassis this afternoon. Here are a few photos. Hope to get the body on in a week or two. I've added some shots of the simplicity of the authentic Rocky Mountain design as well. I will never have this car judged, ever!. I'll add to this collection in the next few weeks as things progress.
Beautiful work on t his Larry!
Very Nice. Have you tried the engine?
Glad to see that you got all of the original Rocky linkage!
Lookin good buddy!
I would like to add, if I can find original Rocky Mountain linkage, why couldn't Jack Sunderlin find that stuff back in the mid-sixties when he reproduced the first series? They are so simple, and work so well.
Holy moley. That's looking great!
I know you don't post pics here often but if you have the notion to, would you post a pic from the driver's side of the Rocky Mountain's bell-crank mounted on or very close to the U-joint AND the mount point for the R-M spring return rod on the rear axle?
I don't know what they called it back then, but bell-crank is at least 30 years old in my world. :-)
Hah! Perhaps they called it a multiplying lever... :-)
Very interesting things from a fella's T that could very well be judged. :-)
Thank you. :-)
Duey: I'll see if I can find a photo for you.
Perfect! Thank you much!
Larry, Looks great! Looks like you're making good progress. I look forward to more pictures.
Ellen said she'll trade Hershey cookies for a ride when you get it done.
Looks great. Nice work.