Good choice. My 88 SC is in Dark Blue Pearl and I think it suits the car really well.
A lot of patience 😅 .Looking good! Ill have to do some body work in the same areas you did. I have a bead roller but what other tools did you use to shape the metal So good?
Well this used to be a woodworking workshop. After all the machinery was removed, there was a lot of space. It was never meant to be a car workshop, and it shows in some details, but I couldn't be happier to work here.Love seeing an AW11 getting the love it deserves and not scrapped or being turned into a track car.
After 17 years on this forum I have seen quite a few restorations. One of the things that fascinates me the most about this build is the OP's shop. I'm always curious about people's work spaces and the Euro garages always look so different from American work garages. Always cool to see someone else's home away from home. Looking forward to seeing the finished vehicle.
Just cool seeing the different style shops, especially old buildings that have been repurposed. Tony Angelo here in the U.S. that used to be on Hotrod Garage has an old shop in Pennsylvania from WW2 that made stuff for the military. The old manual crane and chainfalls are still in the shop and operable.Well this used to be a woodworking workshop. After all the machinery was removed, there was a lot of space. It was never meant to be a car workshop, and it shows in some details, but I couldn't be happier to work here.