In between things it has been fun to study the colors this old stuff has. When painting from black and white it is always puzzling. Real parts have great things hiding within them.
I like that one Richard. PK
Magnetocent!!!! Well it is a word now. Great work Richard. Im glad winter is there. We get to see more great paintings when its winter there.
Very Nice, Thanks for sharing. I really enjoy your paintings..
I love seeing your work, Rich !!
Your a wise man Rich
Very nice painting, Rich.
Wow, as a spark plug collector, I'd love to have a copy hanging on my wall! Do you have prints available?
What's the point gap on that Bosch?
Steve, 0.4 of a millimeter per the factory brochure.
Terry, you may make a print from this photo or Email me and I can send you a 802 KB jpg or similar file.
Thanks for the comments.
"Richard has struck again, hasn't he...."
Great work, as usual!
Just fix it (right) and make it work....
(Even if it MAY BE cabin fever!)
Richard, That is one fine work of art. I bet your shop/office is really something. I always look forward to seeing your next project/painting. Thank you for sharing your work with us.
Thank you. The shop/office was a coal room/fruit room when we moved in. It still serves as machine shop, parts cleaning and storage as well as Art studio. We try to make do with the space we have.
It's funny, the photo makes it look more spacious that it is. Knowing folks who like these things makes it easy to keep doing them.
Richard thank you for sharing.
Nice lighting. Kinda reminds me about what you find when you open an old timers shop and see something still sitting on the workbench as he left it, even though hes been gone a long time now.
Wow. Thank is impressive. Great work.
Great work of art as usual Richard E. Thank you.
Thanks, Here is another one that's out there.
MERRY CHRISTMAS etc. to all.
Those are good mags! I have 2 of them a little newer or older than that one with the pesky red fiber interrupter (points) cover that like to turn under the clamp lever when I adjust the timing. You're painting just knocked loose my old idea on fixing that. Thanks Rich!
Can't tell if you have the tin or red fiber cover tho. :-)
Great painting! Thank you!
Tin cover on this one. I have several. Some with brass bases and some with aluminum. Most are junk but one that works well on my Maxwell.
I have always liked the look.