Yes i do, it's very satisfying to watch for the transformation of the old part into a new one (it is not always successful, sometimes a few sets of parts are needed to achieve perfect result).Dontcha just love plating and coatings.
1. I make ultimate renovation (or at least i believe it blindly).One question, why plate the rear trailing arms?
A couple of us have removed the black paint from the brass coolant tanks. And there is a polish we apply periodically. If you are interested, send me an email and I will send a photo. Steve O'Neill firstname.lastname@example.orgThis week finally end up restoring my brass coolant tank.
Lower bracket was missing, so new one was made from stainless steel, glued on with high tempertature resistant adhesive for metal & painted with low temperature powder paint (backed in ca. 130-140C), so was no solder melting.
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Some little additional powder coating
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I recognize the throttle stop. I sold mine knowing that I had no other. Fortunately miklos and coupe king make reproductionsThe straight one is throttle stop.
LOL, it’s a throttle stop. Hard to see here but it mounts vertically. I’ve never seen the V shaped piece.