Since last fall I have been working on restoring a Sears Suburban 12 for my senior project. I got it torn down wile it was warm and started working on sanding, priming, and body filling. I didn't do much wile it was cold until recently when my mom started getting on me about finishing it. In the past week, I have gotten most of it sanded, primed and painted. I only have a few more pieces to finish when it gets warm again. I still need to find a new rubber bushing for under the steering wheel for when I put it back to gether, if anyone has a spare that they would be willing to part with I would appriciate it. I just put the list of nuts, bolts and washers that I am going to need together and who ever is unfortunate enough to have to help me isn't going to be happy, it is two and a quarter note book pages long right now . I still need to condese all of the duplicates from the several pages of the book. I'm also afraid of how much my bill for all of it is going to be , and I'm still going to have to buy the cotter pins. Until I get to the store for all of that, I'm going to work on finishing the last of the sanding I need to do.
Here are pics form beginning to present.
When it first came home
Starting the tare down
Got some parts primed
Stuff I got sanded, primed and painted
My parts list
Most of what I have left to finish
And that is were I am so far.