Fenders and fotstep

The last month I have been working with the fenders and the footsteps with trimmings. It is the aluminum trim that I have pressed new several times and at last got the right look.
When working with fitting I saw that the fenders connection to the footstep and the trim did not matched quite good Much time spent on remaking the plate and the pressed edge from the fenders to match with trimmings. The work that remains is to make holes in the footsteps for the trimmings that I shall fastened from the underside and make threads in the trimmings.
I have been to a shop for chroming and delivered the in- and out-side handles, parking lights, wings screws for the trunk rack and the bumpers center clamps. The glass the original ones is also being fitted here I would make new ones for the turning lights.
I have got an gasket kit for the carburetor. The carburetor have I dismantled and tried to clean with acetone. The gaskets for the manifold and intake has been delivered to me also.





This year began with

This year began with the job that I have worked with in December that means much time is spend doing the surface ready for painting. Which is to look after small dents and other small mistakes working with light from the side to the surface. That means the rear plates and the right side has been apart and welded some bolt holes and correcting the mounting so it all fit proper together .The hood shelves (plates under the hood) has been corrected so they will fit better now. The left rear door has been adjusted so it will work better when closing it.
The shock absorbers is ready. They have all been mounted and painted black. Next step there is to fit in to the frame and the axels with new rubber inserted in the link tubes.
The other big work this month has been to make the trimmings for the running boards. It began with taken the old ones-I had some fragments! Measuring it all angles and so on. I made a tool and after much trying. Several hours later it looked alright. I would buy a rectangular aluminum plate with 6mm height and about 20mm width this will be mounted on the upper side and fastened with pin bolts from the bottom.
I have not heard anything from the shop that would help me with the crack on the cylinder head.