the lady friend wanted to do some more riveting... so the drivers side panel is going on
Yo, Tongboy! Pics of ^ or it didn't happen!
Looks like good progress, starting to look like a real car! That dash panel looks nice, I like the "cutout" section for the driver's knees. Good work!
haha, there's a pic of her earlier on, she's camera shy when she's in her scrubs working
got my axles FINALLY on tuesday
nice looking parts, only problem is they made them wrong! at full compression they were what I had specced for the mid-range of the cv movement... yeah, not so good
thankfully I called them the next day (east coast) and they overnighted new shafts to me
look - a 1/2" different than what I had ordered... oops
so with that I can have a complete rear end and a start to end drivetrain in the car!
wheel bolted on to start figuring out the rear body work/fenders
meanwhile I started on the wiring - the ziptie is obviously temporary but it shows where I want it to end up
the speedway harness even with *only* 12 circuits is total overkill. the front wire is long enough for me to take it up the passenger side wrap it aorund the front of the car and go the rear of the car.
so lots and lots of wires to clean up still. with the integration between the dash and the ecu over can bus the wiring is super simple from that stand point. there are about 5 wires + the 12v feed to the engine harness to get it running and then the wiring back to the fuel pump.
I also fitted the dash