Not posted for a while, and not much to talk about really. After doing the new sidepods I’ve been working on the rear bodywork. Here’s the mould all together in one piece waiting for the layup to start. Continue reading Working the body
The floor of the chassis has been bonded in, as well as riveted with some rather natty flush rivets. Now, all I’ve got to do is to put it together. The only problem at the moment is that the grey semi-shiny finish seems to upset the camera I use and quite a lot of the photos look bizarre…
Look at that. I bet you wish you’d got your own twinkly bar stool for Christmas too, don’t you? For some time I’ve wanted one of these in the garage and Anthea bought me one for Christmas, which I think came from that purveyor of fine quality garage items known as Argos.
After musing for some considerable time, I decided that I was never going to like the other gearchange and I’d just have to make my own again. So I did, and here it is. It’s essentially a reworking of the one I made for the Fury, albeit reworked for 2010. Specifically as I’ve now got a lathe some bits are rather easier to do.
First up, though, is a bit more progress on the electrics. In fact, I’ve just about got it all finished now. For example, I’ve now got all the sensors on the engine such as the oil pressure/switch in the photo here.