Gordon Nichols posted:
"Working on your own car teaches you to learn it's language".
Well, I've worked on my own car a lot and have learned a whole new language at times, none of it repeatable on here.....
Sam: Bee Hives or Tear Drops? Doesn't matter. Whatever YOU like. Just remember that, unless you want to duplicate a late 1956 356 (Beehives and three-gauge dash for about 4 months only in 1956), then Beehives = 2-gauge dash, while tear drops = three gauge dash.
Nardi, Banjo or Classic? Again, whatever YOU like, but the classic with the horn ring can be easily set up such that the horn button beeps the horn, while the ring flashes the headlights - pretty handy and Über cool! All three look great, depending on the rest of the interior.
Thanks Gordon! This is the kind of feedback I was hoping to get. You mentioned “...depending on the rest of the interior”, please say more. You’ve got an opinion, I’d love to hear it!