Quality build Looking forward to future updates.
I know that's probably the way to go, but when I see the grey, wow. I think the problem for me is, so many have done the black, and I just like to try something different, I don't think greys been done, not yet anyway.I'd go with the satin black too, all the bolts zinc plated.
Nigel, how you doing mate, still interested in that shell if you haven't scrapped it.
Thanks mate, every body loves the garage, I'm starting to feel a bit of a twat for having it, but believe me when I say, it took a lot of getting there, and I'm still at it now, it took the better part of two years to get through planning, thanks to one of the neighbours getting up a petition to stop me, and all she can see of it is 18" of the gable end over her boundary wall. apparently she was offended that I hadn't asked her permission first.MATE.... your garage.... i am sooo jealous.
I'd be happy with a normal sized garage nevermind a massive one like that
Also loving the work and effort you're putting into the 32 to restore it.
Best way about it for such a classic car... ill be getting torn into mines soon as well
Wouldn't dream of shooting you down, the right red would look great, but I think I'm going to use red for an accent colour, maybe the strut braces, and one or two other small bits, don't want to give to much away at the moment, subtlety being the key, rather than in your face.Fantastic build/build thread
I would do the same if I had the time, the space, the mechanical aptitude, the creativity etc etc
Maybe I've been taking too many/not enough drugs but have you thought of red for the suspension components? - it goes well with grey. Feel free to shoot me down