First things first, breakfast time and then we’ll talk… see ya then..
Yes so it’s true, as you get closer to completing a project more small things take over …. those things are just as important in fact maybe moreso. I mean those that thine things that stand out and the issues that need to look good.
Such is the case on Bill’s “Fandango” and Willie & Nancy’s “Savoy Brown”. I’m doing the door today after having the quality time the weekend covering the inside latch panel. Willie is doing his kickpanel trim and we’ll be calling the inspectors to.
Today iss all about getting the rock moving again.
We’ve got JD’s front and rear headliner caps bagged off in place to recolor those 2 plastic caps Overspray is a reall issue with vinyl dye, true after @ 5 seconds it’s a dry mist but cleaning overspray isn’t as fun as you would like it to be.
We’re still working at removing the crappy non bonded paint on Andy T. coach. Kinda reminds me of a hairless Chi Wawa shivering out there under that tree
Good news….. as soon as we get the guys going on the day we’ll be doing at least one new video over on Patreon with the goal being 5 new videos there before the week is out. I think the next should be “The cheapest toy in the box”, that’s what a restored GMC Motorhome set up to your needs is. There’s no way to get out on the open road with a reliable, comfortable and good looking machine for less money than a GMC and I’ll tell you why. So stay monitoring the site all this week . If you’ve not been there, I’ll get into linking things when someone shows me how but for the time being here is what I can give you. www.patreon.com and search for “Motorhome Rehab Ranch”. Let your friends know and lets have some fun with this……
Seats for Fandango are ready to install but first we have the window treatments to complete. . so stay tuned for that and I hope to have the door done as well.
OK, the day is on, I have a pile of paperwork to do and the guys need to get jiggy on the work. See ya later and with any luck on Patreon. Have a great day…..