Category Archives: Customer Builds
I like this action shot. I am also not dumb (though the image suggest otherwise) and do realize I am a prime example of what not to do. My glove (yes, one glove) is see-through and beyond wasted. My hood is on the ground behind me. I am in shorts. My baldness is showing. I […]
Greg has been doing some random paint work on our Dad’s F350. It has seen a lot of miles towing (a lot of our projects – thanks, Dad!) and has taken some wear. First up was the rear bumper which had some rust and flaking chrome. Dad was talking about murdering out his truck and […]
Not fifty pieces of flare but flare none-the-less.
For those of you following the Track Duty build, my title will make sense; however, the rest of you may think me a perv. Haha After figuring out where I left off, it is time to start again. When I last left you, I had the basic cage structure made and had the main hoop […]
Last week was a good week and lots of progress made. I never wrote much since I was focused more on building than writing, but really there wasn’t much to say anyway. I had everything laid out in my head on how I was going to do it…having three weeks to ponder helps…so really it […]
The title is my lame attempt at a smash-up describing yesterdays fair.
Well here it is almost two weeks since my last up date of the Track Duty S14. I do apologize, as I really do try to keep it to once a week for two reasons: one to entertain you fine folks, and two to show Trey how progress is going. Last week around update time […]
This past week was rather productive with the finish welding of numerous things and heading towards engine bay prep work: stitched the front inner wheel wells, bent over the front and rear wheel well tire death lips and welded them to the chassis, finished welding the tubs, plated over numerous large holes, ground all welds […]
This past week went a little like this…
It feels good to be back in the garage doing work. I have missed it and the sense of accomplishment. This time I have someone else’s dreams in my hands so it means even more. Get Excited, Get, Get Excited!