Had a good meet with Rover24 (Ed) and BBQBoy (Michael) at the eating place....the 60 is really clean with a good solid body and frame...just some worn and torn floor rugs and headliner but rest is pretty good.
Told him to get over to see Glenn and get it inspected so he can prioritize items to get fixed and decide what he needs Glenns help with and what he can do himself as he has time....that way he knows and can get some confidence built in it. He has a noisy drivetrain...and looks like rear main seal...and some other things but figured Glenn would be one to give it a good once over.
Look forward to seeing Rover at the May club meeting and maybe we can get him up to Uwharrie if Glenn gives him a clean bill of health or at least with only minor issues to be of concern.
He does custom cabinet work with his family...always good to have a varying background of skills and contacts in a club like ours to help eachother or give direction if nothing else.
Yeah, was thinking about doing that. If a few people want them we can all design something together. Then I can program it for my CNC machine and cut 1 or 100 all the same. everybody buys there material and ill cut them. ( I may have some small scrap to supliment)
yeah but those will cost you a kidney, a limb or at least one small child to purchase.....I have checked into them. Some good work though but I only need the carpet on top...and thought about raising floor of drawers so the hardwood side panels of drawers would act like runners....sand em smooth, put some wax on them or light coating of grease...and let them burnish themselves for ease of drawing out. I also would skeletonize the under part of drawers to save weight. Those are nice though.
They had drawings on that site I think.
You should have the entire box on tracks too so you can roll the entire thing out for ease of access.
Kyle built such a thing in a Dodge truck he had in the bed. You should ask him about it.