Yesterday I may have shocked some of you about what I was talking about it taking to restore one of these. lets talk a little more about that. If all you want is a running survivor that’s fine, all good and we can do that. As a matter of fact that’s how Fandango got started but when we started making decisions and got into it Bill wanted all top shelf and of course that’s more involved and that what takes the labor. Here, lemme give you an example…. here was Bill’s coach when he picked it up… a really comfortable, descent looking reliable machine now look at the buff out we are in the middle of on the same coach Look Ma, I can see myself in the black… that’s buffed to 3000
Take it from me, THAT took some work! See and this is what I’m talking about when you are “restoring” one of these. Every system in a house… every system in a carr all wraped up to fit in a tube rattling down the highway at 8.1 richter scale vibration all day… AND it’s 40 years old! I mean WHAT could go wrong? Yeah bout everything! Unless you check it all out that is. And that’s what you must do as well as make it look sharp in the meantime. Today I’m picking up the powder coated black Zip Dee awning arms. Bill has a black Sunbrella fabric, satin black roller slats and gloss black arms… should be awesome! That too take extra effort. It has to always be about the time and the money but it also has to be about the quality and that take “Unobtanium” for many people. To go through all the stages to come out with a complete restoration on a machine the size of 2 elephants…. well brother that takes something and we’ve been here 22 years doing that. So watch our latest and greatest deliver soon..
I’m driving Nic’s fresh 403 roller motor today… wish me luck Hey Ross, Phillip has your motor and trans back in, may fire up today… fingers crossed The recored radiator is here so when that all gets together we ride it too!
OK guys, that’s it for today… we have our orders and we are on it… thanks for dropping by and thanks for the support…