Brad, currently the car is on the road. It still need some odds and ends
done, but overall I'mm extremely happy with it. What at times seemed
like a hopeless cause is now a solid and good looking car.
It's not a showpiece, but that's not what I wanted.
Jim Bauder wrote:
> I visited your great web site tonite and am very impressed with the
> job you are doing on your TR3. I am in the midst of a frame off so
> know a little of what you are going through. However, my car didn't
> need a "parts car" at all and except for the floor boards and the
> battery box there is no rust. (California car don't you know!)
> You are doing an incredible job of putting the car back together and
> it will be beautiful!!! You should be very proud. I love all of the
> detailed work you are doing. It is obvious you are taking enough time
> to do it right.
> Good luck and keep us informed.
> Jim Bauder
> Palo Alto, CA
> '58 TR3A in fewer and fewer boxes.
The Wyvern - '57 TR3, TS15559L - Now on the road!