Does your school have any kind over outline to follow along when you do one of these restoration projects? I would like to see whatever they give you at the start and also what they use to judge the projects at the end. I am trying to start up 4H restoration projects here in my Co.4H.
Keep up the GREAT work !!
I have to make a power point, write a few page essay, and have at least 30 hours into my project. Good luck with your 4H projects.
Keep at it, those senior projects can get hectic... Biggest thing you need to know about most senior projects that you get to choose the project yourself is that as long as you get the project operational then you can BS your way through the presentation, which you definitely want to be prepared for.... an practice it a couple times before the big day. I do have to say that (not to steal your thunder) your Sears restoration is coming together quite well, and with a high quality of work, I mean you scrubbed the tires in a wash basin even! And if you are already on to the engine than you are well over half way, if not three quarters. And based on the speed you are working, I would estimate mid April completion at the latest, but who knows, you may just bust butt just to finish it by next month to prove me wrong! lol
I figured that they can get out of hand, I'm leaving the lift mounts off and not restoring any of my implements for it because of time and money, which I don't have a ton of. I still need to write my paper and make my power point, I figured I would need to do some BSing some were during it. At the rate I'm going, I should have it done by the end of the month, at least that is what I planned on, supposed to get pounded with snow tomorrow and Monday.