Shake down complete.
The Eagle chassis was working magnificent, as were the brakes, but we had a hiccup under the bonnet that we diagnosed after I pulled in.
We'll light the wick at 4 p.m.
Qualified P2 in Club Ford. Jimmy Vasser has us by a click, but we're surrounded by him, Ryan Lewis and Kyle Tilley.
Should be a lovely dice tomorrow.
Two guys who worked on Howard Linne's cars in 1990-1991. I wouldn't mess with either one of them if I were you.
PJ and Mikey built all new suspension pieces for the Elden earlier this week. Questionable pieces are not going to be a part of this project.
The Elden came standard with suspension pieces painted black, but we wanted a finish that is easier to inspect and maintain.
Thus, the new bits are off to the metal finisher and then on to the plater for nickel plating and then they'll be ready go.
And as you'd expect from PJ: they are flawless.
Pepsi for all.
Shaved some fiberglass today. Starting to fit... ish.
Sad to say the new fiberglass is paper thin, to the point it is ultra flimsy and was probably not properly cured before it was boxed up and shipped to us.
So former body man Paul Jay has more work to do.