David Moag wrote:
> The good news is I had the new rear spring put into my Spitfire and it
> straightened out the wheels and leveled (mostly) the car --- feels
> better while going down the freeway. I checked into several of the
> items which were suggested by the list, and all appear to be OK (at
> for now).
> So, with nothing pressing on the Spit list at the moment, I went and
> a 62 TR3B today (TCF720L if anyone is tracking these kind of things).
> had sat in a field for the last decade or so. To say it needs
> is an understatement. But, all the parts are original (except for the
> seats that will be replaced), and I no longer have to wonder what I
> will do
> with any free time or money I have for the foreseeable future.
> Thanks for the advice on the Spit rear end, and you can rest assured
> will hear from me much more often when I get over the shock of what
> - Dave Moag
> 77 Spitfire
> 62 TR3B
Damn, I'm jealous. That's what I wanted Santa to bring me this year.
Good hunting Dave, and good luck on the resto.