I feel like I’ve been holding my breath up to this point. I obviously knew the shell was bad but until it’s blasted you just don’t know what really lies ahead and the anticipation of this moment has been replaced with calm acceptance. I’ve only really had one concern since day one and that was getting to this point and being told that it’s too far gone to repair. That hurdle has been cleared. The rest should be easy right?
wow, it really does look daunting when its all stripped back. At least you now know exactly what you’re up for.
I have a 71 240Z hanging from the ceiling in my workshop (bare shell) .
I want to start a resto, but I know once I start theres no turning back.