Great article from The Old Motor about the remnants from old automotive paint lines that have become works of art.
I have been over to visit John for a while so it was interesting to see the progress on the Roadster rebuild.
As you can see the body is still in it’s storage paint with test fitting underway. John did remark that it’s funny that what he used as a way to stop the body parts rusting has now become ” the look” 🙂
Due to the horrible weather the coil change is taking longer than I’d like, but it’s getting there!
To fit the aftermarket NAPA coil the factory rivets needed to be ground down to facilitate the removal of the old unit
Once removed I tidied the ground areas up and applied some paint to stop things from rusting and make things look a little better.
Been having an issue with the horn screen on the Sport Coupe’s Sparton horn screen.
Cleaned out the screen groove with my Dremel, applied some paint, interference fitted the screen and then gave the area a final coat of paint.
So far so good, it hasn’t fallen out so far!