Machining power hammer dies
Rubber Face Upper Hammer Die and highlight line tool
Rebuilding a Kurt 675 AngLock Vise
Mustang: Early (April 1964 manufactured) 1965 Mustang convertible. Southern car with very little rust other than the typical Mustang problem areas. Non-original Ford 302 engine, transmission and differential. Will add modern steering and brake upgrades in addition to total restoration.
The Pullmax Metal Working Machine
Building a Planishing Hammer Frame for the Milwaukee hammer
Building a shop for metal shaping, antique and collector car restoration, and development of craftsmanship skills for interested young grease monkeys at the Ancient Grease Garage in the Belleville, IL area.
Ancient Grease Monkey:
Studied under expert metal shaper
A new web site is under construction. I will keep this site current until it is replaced.
Steve Powell built a custom Powell Hammer for the shop
Learning to TIG weld aluminum
Kaiser Darrin: Number 420 of 435 built. One of 4 early supercharged cars (number 2 supercharged by Kaiser). One of 10 yellow cars with white upholstery and convertible top. Driver's side factory installed lap belt and factory passenger side belt block-off inserts.
Will post in-progress photos and lessons learned as these restoration projects move forward.
First restoration project at age 6...1916 Model T Ford. Dad helped.
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