Paul and List-
I have always kept a folder of all of the invoices of parts/items purchased
for the restorations I have done. However, as an attorney, who does some
divorce work, it has crossed my mind that it might not be a good idea! Just a
Also, as the restoration gets closer to completion and the size of the file
increases, my feeling of sanity fades considerably!
OK, now the lawyer jokes can start.
Bowling Green, KY
1963 MkII RHD
1969 XKE FHC
1999 HD Heritage Springer
2000 Indian Chief
In a message dated 11/29/2000 9:37:14 PM Central Standard Time,
I've always maintained an extensive spreadsheet of $$ and
time spent on each task for all my restorations.
This spreadsheet is also used to track who sells what,
where I bought it from last time and for how much, what I
paid in shipping, order and delivery dates and how
much I've sold off extra and old parts for. :-)
Paul Tegler firstname.lastname@example.org