Not Too Shabby
If you haven’t figured it out yet I like to do it myself.
I have an old truck I’ve been finding parts here and there for and it ain’t easy.
Ever since Cash For Clunkers the pickins are slim, so I work with what I can find.
Sometimes that means refurbishing a part and bringing it back to life.
It ain’t perfect, but it suits me just fine.
I find that the more I do of this the more little tricks I find. Practice makes perfect.
This was a quick job today to test some paint that I’ve just started working with. I also needed to gauge the space on this piece so that I can install some switches for cut offs on my power to my dash cam and stand alone GPS point. I’m doing that so as not to put any drain to the battery when I’m parked and in store at work. Not that either of those are big battery drainers.
It’s not just the finding and refurbishing, this is fun for me.
It’s a thing that I can sit back from and say, that’s done.
And I have something at the end of it.
That’s it. That’s the post.