couldn't find the camera today, I think I have 2 pics of the supercab on the trailer not tied down.
when I got to the farm this afternoon my dad had stuffed his aircompressor on the load hanging off the framerails of the supercab. I would have definitely got pulled overthe way it was.
made some mods with the loader tractor to the firewall and brakebooster and the compressor tucked right in there. it was a new compressor and new 7.5 horse 230 V motor and a nice clean tank I got form work. was in the shop ready to wire up and replace the little toy compressor but a pesky fire got inthe way.
dropped the load at Joseph's and made it to work punched in at 3:06 pm. I'm afternoon foreman, a few minutes doesn't make any difference!
will be making last load for a while tommorrow, a 93 Bronco from california pretty ugly now!
lots of racks of parts left to sift through but I can take a loader bucket at a time and fill one of the scrap vehicles we pulled away from the buildings back in May.
now is the waiting game for the local government and GRCA (grand river conservation authority) to hash out the plan put down by my dad. he can't even bury the building foundations yet................... might even have to rebuild on a present foundation, repaired.
too many fingers in the pie!
more pics to come..........................
summer:RIP 68 Merc, 72 Bronc.
winter> wife: 94 explorer xlt, mine: Barney the powerstroke clubwagon
projects: 93 Bronco 7.3 powerstroke, 70 F250 crewcab 5.9cummins/ZF 4wd
67 Mercury700 on 98 F800 chassis, 91 C350 4x4 diesel Centurion.
compression ignition rules!!