Ok not too difficult this bit, fitting the seat runners to the floor now all the frame repairs are complete. Gotta make sure the seat runs freely on the runners, its worth noting that one is slightly further foward than the other, something to amaze your friends down the pub or send them to sleep.
After blasting the suspension carrier needed a bit of TLC, this included replacing the cable tubes as they were holed. In adition the sides and bottom were replaced.
OK not really up on this blog thingy but this thread will see the restoration of a 1955 Messerschmitt KR200. Not got much to start with as the images show, you may notice that the boot section is really out of shape, bit of a challange as always.
Not so long ago Angela and i visited the Purbeck rally and auto jumble, lots of poeple came and said helllo which was great, an all round good weekend.
I have just started fabricating an custom aluminium fuel tank for a Honda CB450, it’s part of a bigger, really interesting project that will see me fabricating mud guards and the seat base, all of which will be bare alloy. These shots show early work in progress with me getting the position on the bike […]
I will be exhibiting as part of the Good Companion Collective between 25 May and 9 June 2013 in Wareham. A range of jewellery, paintings, embroidery and more from a range of local artists will be on show. My contribution features some copper work, sculpted hinges and a rather interesting fish. Tea, coffee and ice […]
Those lovely people at The Purbeck Gazette have been kind enough to do a feature on me in the run up to Purbeck Art Weeks while I was frantically putting the finishing touches to my exhibits. Now that all these projects are coming to an end, it would be a great time for you to […]