Spent today cleaning and polishing the interior of the 379 Peterbilt.
Even though I think the truck is a little too gaudy for my tastes, if I was
going to spend any amount of time on the road in a truck - it would be a good way to go.
The big Ultracab bunk with the queen size fold down bed and the nice seating, refrigerator
and TV are sure a lot nicer than any truck I've ever driven. It's got closet space and plenty of
interior lights. I was pretty impressed.
Anyway, the prospective buyer is coming here on Monday from Oklahoma, hopefully to close the deal.
The B-67 cab project is coming along. At least the pieces are being put together, rather than
being cut apart. The donor cab parts are all in the sandblasting booth tonite. And, so far, I'm
pretty happy with the results.
It's March in western New York. Got about seven or eight inches of heavy, wet snow then
a full day of freezing rain and now the wind is picking up and it's supposed to get quite a lot
colder overnite. Should make for really nice icy, sloppy, greasy roads.
Tomorrow looks about the same. So does Monday and Tuesday.
Think I'm going to crawl back in my hole and hide for a few days.