I could work in 43 degrees, 20 still numbs my fingers.
I think im going to gather all my supplies this week then bang it out on the weekend IF its warm enough. frickin new york i tell ya what
OH, yeah... I wasn't saying it was THAT cold. It's just not the 70-80 degree weather I was expecting and that we've been having. I actually spent the last 3 days in the garage. I'm selling **** and cleaning out the garage. Parts XJ is leaving today along with the D44/9" axles. Weight bench went the other day and set of Jeep wheels went yesterday. Just making room, so all this crap isn't sitting around for the next year while I'm in Afghanistan.
Well it looks like next weekend, the floor will be finished and painted this weekend. If I had acsess to a second vechical this would have been done by now. I go to a ghetto college and I dont want any sticky fingers diving in through my roof
Originally Posted by WThorn
the hole in the floor will be helpful that it doesn't fill with water when the top gets cut
It will NOT leak, so dont speak such nonsense. I'm on edge about doing this as it is. Again, this is my DD.
Originally Posted by chris87xj
Sometimes a restoration project is a labor of love, at which point cost, time, and labor involved become irrelevant.
Originally Posted by BorderC
I see you also twizzled your scart lead. Well done! :thumbsup:
92 XJ with ARB's, 5" lift, too much armor, 33's and some other garbage