Another view from a different angle:
And one more:
And one more:
Tackit,I would like to learn more of the processes you went through to get it to where it is now.... nice work.
I appreciate you doing this for us Mark. I have a Wards tractor restore project I'll be starting on next spring and this info will be a huge help for me and others whose skills and knowledge are lacking when it comes to doing this kind of work safely and properly. Thanks
Your repair shot looks good, has got the jucies flowing, looks like I'll need to get a new NAPA tool catalog.
Thank you, gentleman!Can't wait to start on my Broadmoor 738
Hello DrB! I'm so glad you could make it!!Fine presentation Mark, no frills and jibber jabber, It is right to the point.
Now we all know why your tractor's are so nicely done.
Tackit, There just isn't a short answer. So, here's the long version and I hope you can make sense of it!Mark, rather spending money on moisture removal system so I can spray paint I was thinking about buying a Fuji HVLP setup with their gravity gun. Is that a bad idea? I'm lost when it comes to choosing the right spray equipment.
Presently I have a NAPA jar type moisture remover and filter on the compressor and I use screw on filters I bought from HTP on my Plasma outfit. The system works good for my airtools and plasma but for spray painting I don't know.
That's OK, ME2,looking good man wish i could do that ...I dont have the patients for it ..I can put the filler on lol ..But i take way to much off ...Once and awhile i luck out and get it right ...