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Jim's 1962 Bonneville

2020 March
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    • I am a fairly new DIYer attempting to upgrade my Aztek and have recently thought to replace the rear drum brake system with disc. Problem is, I haven’t found any conversion kits for the Aztek. This comes as no surprise because there is practically nothing for the Aztek when I’ve searched for other upgrades as well. I was wondering if anyone here knew of the best way to execute this conversion. 
    • Really JustA doing the usual! House upgrades, in & out, yard work, lots of yard work! To many dam plants & trees!  Oh and the Indian Work. Waiting for better weather to paint & tinkering with some changes to the center of my steering wheel, haven’t made up my mind as to which why I’m going to go! current center more to be done to both of these before I decide!
    • Harry say's you have Justa nuff firewood. Awesome patio.......   
    • Looking good. Hagerty Barn Find Hunter brought an old ford back to life with similar paint issues.  If you car had a vinyl roof and the trim is still in-place you could paint the roof in a stain to mimic vinyl look. I don't know about '64 but in '66 you could get a painted roof as opposed to vinyl but it would be in gloss. Just a thought.  Cheers.
    • I mowed and trimmed my yard for the first time this year....Depending on the weather...That will be a weekly chore from now until October..Doesn't look like there will be any racing at our local venue (Bowman Gray Stadium)anytime in the foreseeable future So the prepping the car has been put off indefinitely especially since the Modified race at Martinsville and probably Bristol have been canceled too..So instead I have been doing a weapons check and ammunition inventory...Found some firearms that I had almost forgotten about that I stashed away  years ago...Including a pre WW2 Colt 1911 45 auto pistol and a mint condition Model 86 Winchester 45-70 lever action rifle with an Octagon barrel with a real low serial number manufactured in 1891 (Very valuable) among several others...Fortunately my job is considered essential and I will still be able to work..Although business has taken a major nose dive as of late....So will just have to wait and see what happens next...
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