Ides of March and Beyond
What can I say about March racing in to fill the Leap Year Addendum.
Busy at shop (thank goodness) Finished up a Lovely MGB, that went from sh’t to shimmering in a few days, with a Happy English Client . So much of what we do is forensic science, learning how things were based upon the original foot print of the vehicle’s interior. Recreating back to Original Specs and Better. Lately, we have been also replacing a regretable number of slashed convertible tops, on Audi A-4’s, and now we are Finishing a New Original Canvas Top on a BMW 650 I.
One of the most comforting things is also completing Long Term Bucket Projects. These are cars that get dropped off, to be completed when we can. So, a 1966 Oldmobile Convertible, that came in as a veritable p.o.s. Is all positioned to be completed this week. Windows motors, Top Frames, Seat Issues, Seat Mechanisms, Alignment of Convertible Top Frames, with the Right Rubber and Scrapers to be sourced, and installed. New Motors, and Cylinders for the Convertible Top Frame, along with New Hydraulic Lines for the Convertible Top System.