Very beautiful, I love it. Great job.
Kinda like finding some Skittles in your mouth! Gonna be a good day Tater! I just love it sitting at a stop light, and almost always someone hollers about liking my car! I KNOW you know what I'm talking about!FINALLY got to drive the Hell Camino, I mean REALLY drive the Camino after 4 years getting work done. It was exhilarating to say the least and it RIPS!
I "jumped in and FIRED THAT MOTHER UP" (to steal a line form Charlie Daniels) and took it for about an hour long shake down run and then stopped at the gas station and found the first gremlin. I parked the car at the 110 pump went in and paid for $30 doll hairs worth and came out to see that my car had rolled about 20 feet! There were 4 good Samaritans holding the Camino from hitting a curb and running into a drainage ditch.......needless to say I was thrilled with them and less thrilled with my builder. The mechanic had "forgotten" to adjust the e-brake after installation of the new Currie 9" crate rear end. After thanking all of the strangers multiple times for the help that they didn't have to give, I got no less than 1/2 dozen "beautiful cars" thrown my way, along with one wink. LOL
Anyway, I found that the tach gets a bit jumpy at around 5k, and the emergency brake doesn't work, the air cleaner still isn't mated to the bottom of the hood yet and there's a piece of trim that keeps popping off, the upper quarter window trim needs installed and the door locks need connected. So it will be in the shop a bit longer before I get to take her home and start the stereo and interior work.
All in all, I have to say it was a good day.
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I didn't think about a saddle interior, not a bad idea actually, it's definitely a consideration.They seemed to use a larger check pattern.
Just an alternate thought, saddle interior with more of the flame color spectrum in the houndstoothe.