November 3rd, 2012 — Gauges
Sharka has yet another different set of gauges installed. I call this set Version Warbird.
Does anyone else hear voices in their head?
I don’t often get the opportunity to make colored gauge faces. I made some dark blue ones for a gentleman a couple months ago, but didn’t take any photos. When the order came in for these red gauges, I thought I’d take the opportunity to shoot them and blog about it before I packed them up and shipped them off.
October 23rd, 2012 — Engine
It’s that time again… emissions testing. It is not my very favorite time of year, let me tell you. I’ll be honest, it fills me with dread. I get stressed out. I worry. I fidget. And that’s no good at all.
October 21st, 2012 — The Store
I have calendars. CALENDARS! Official revlimiter.net 2013 calendars. Perfect for any wall anywhere.
October 18th, 2012 — The Store
This is a project I’ve been working on for the past two weeks. Hardtop season brings about the annual worry about keeping the top secure. This usually brings about the annual googling for security hardware. This year, I found something very interesting.
And I have enough to share with everyone!
October 11th, 2012 — The Store
After being out of stock for nearly six months, I have some Retro Window Switches back in stock. I’ve also got some strange black ones in the background.
But first, the metal ones.
October 9th, 2012 — Interior
Sharka’s metal door sills are really old and crappy. When I got them, they also lacked the desirable feature known as flatness. If I remember right, they came out of a very very wrecked car for the price of shipping. I bent and beat them back into shape as well as I could. I’ve had them for about 6 years.
It was time to modify them.
September 24th, 2012 — Interior
Yeahh….. you know that chrome radio I installed earlier? It didn’t last long. Check out what I did in place of it.
Driving along and the speedometer in your NB suddenly reads flat? It happened to me. The fix is a $200 sensor. Or you could save the $200 and spend 5 minutes soldering instead…