The shape of things to come.
Mike's Elden is almost there.
A ways to go, but you'd never know what this thing has been through. PJ has really massaged this one into a diamond.
(And yes, the alignment is spot-on, my camera just got a bit fish-eyed.)
Mid century glass dishes are impossibly cool. Even more so when they feature a track from here in Wisconsin that was on the grounds of the Wilmot Mountain ski hill and used from 1953-1967.
Massive props to @scott_young_enterprises for the quality axle tristars (what we call them at least) we needed for the Elden project.
Lotus Seven #SB1290 and Elden Mk10B #140-1 / AM73-49 nearing completion. Despite their similar nature, they share little more than wheel size, rocker covers and a few miscellaneous Spitfire gems.
711M Kent and Hewland Mk8 to be installed in the Elden imminently. Then things get going.
Meanwhile, the Seven is having its rear assembly looked at by the man who literally wrote the how-to of Seven rear assemblies, who just-so-happens is a scant 90 minute drive.
All good things.