The frame is leveled and squared upside down on stands in the middle of
the shop floor.
The front springs and axle are bolted in place.
The rear air suspension cross member is in place, and the removeable parts are all
sandblasted and epoxy primed to match the frame and axles.
Rear spring hangers are going in, and the rear springs are next.
The cab is almost back in one piece. The donor roof and back panel are all
blasted and primed and fit in place. I should be welding tomorrow.
I saw a color on the cover of "Classic Trucks" magazine this month. It's a street rod
magazine. Anyway the color is a DuPont sage green on a late 40's Ford F-1. It might look real
good on a B Mack. especially with a red frame and running gear.
I'm having a little trouble with my original choice of red with black running gear (the factory original combo).
Seems everybody has the red color.
Red is the color of my company trucks, although lately my own work vehicles have been white or gray.
So - I'm looking around.
Pretty good week, all in all.