Ford Model A Pickup Restoration May 2010

I cannot show you a lot of new things this month. Not that I was hanging around and took it easily, but all the grinding and smoothing requires quite an effort and at the end of the day you can't see any progress.

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

At the doors I have mainly shaped the transitions between wood and sheet metal or aluminum.

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

Wood, aluminum and sheet metal, here everything comes together.

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

At the cabin wall, the sheet metal ends are covered with an aluminum profile, and this transition must be sanded clean.

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

This is the left hand door handle where I will remove the cylinder.

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

These are all parts but a restoration is not a question here. The handle is in too bad shape and the sheet cover has cracks.

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

Another way to get to the cylinder out… I have not seen the exact structure from the outside :-((

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

The speedometer I've also taken apart.

Ford Model A Restoration May 2010

16'975 km are on the clock, effectively there are still 100'000 km more on the speedometer.




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