I don't have the car at home yet as they are working on the punch list. The dash vents are on that list as Carey wanted to make sure his planned installation cleared my knees (it did). At present you cannot see anything inside the car unless you look under the dash (the controls are hidden there and worked by feel), but the vents will be visible at each corner. That's necessary for them to be effective. The plumbing is all in the frunk behind the gas tank.
Is it there yet???
Mike asked me to ride shotgun. Hehehe!
I need to take one more long drive after filling up the tank completely and see how the splash back valve and the reroute of the vent tube effect the fuel smell. It is non existent with 3/4 tank. Then I have to fabricate an adjustable pedal stop for the clutch pedal, as requested. Both of those things I should be able to wrap up today.
I slept pretty well, no doubt aided by the two glasses of wine. But now it's 0630 and Dude, where's my car? He should be here by now, right? Right?
My wait was only 6 months and I can't even tell you how I felt when Mike pulled up. Enjoy the day Lane the wait is over!
I’ve been on this forum for about 3 years, feels like I just witnessed the birth of a child. Who’s got the cigars?
Hey Lane, I'm very happy you finally have possession of your new "baby".
Lane, again congrats and also I noted that from the order to finish line it took, from Sept 2019 to June 25-2021 not bad really for the first one out the gate and having to do all that R&D. Good on Carey.
Lane: That looks, even to the color, like the 356C coupe that Hot Rod Charlie up here picked up during the winter. He'll be restoring it to a mild outlaw (think Emory or Singer) in the same color with an oxblood interior, the same as what he drove back in the 1960's Great minds think alike!