It's been six years!

cporteraz

Veteran Member
Lifetime Gold Member
Dec 31, 2010
109
Laguna Niguel, CA
Yes looks great !

I remember watching the project process years ago.

I'm about ready to pull all my factory gauges and restore them. The time feels right to start that mini project.
 

pitt16

Real 26/28
Jan 26, 2007
32
Spring Hill,Florida
Congrats to both of you. I’m five years in and finally on the down hill part of the mountain Be it just. Also IMO, that’s has to be the best damn ass end of any car ever.
Ps I have an 80 z/28
But I have dreams of an early model second gen.
 

tommy1727

New Member
Sep 15, 2013
6
Florida
Job well done. Car looks fantastic. I’ve had girlfriends scoff at the amount of time I’ve spent restoring cars, usually doubting they would one day be finished. I have always tuned out the naysayers and kept at it slow, but sure. So I appreciate your perseverance and it’s always a great experience to be able to enjoy the fruits of your efforts. Cheers!
 

Oldskool62

Veteran Member
Sep 29, 2017
329
As they say slow and steady. I finished a 73 Harley in early 2019. Started it in 2012. In my opinion you end up with a far better job when you choose when to work on or when you are in the mood.
 




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