Been tearing into the Massey last couple days when I can. I'm just tearing it all down, everything is way rusty and needs loosening and rebuilding of pretty much all of it. Major problem now is the steering wheel, like most times on old stuff. Hate that job. I just might get mad and break it off and get out torch for metal center, but trying other stuff first. Right now under pressure with puller and soaking in PB Blaster. Surprising to me bolts are coming loose, not snapping off. I'm amazed on how many things are bolted on to this frame, instead of just being welded on like most. Many little brackets come loose. Hope I can recall where they all go back when ready! I will need a parts display for sure. I had Massey books when I did one before, but have let them go with that sale. SO, will be printing out some more now. I'm wondering about those special clips made with wire, not flat tin on most shafts. Can regular flat ones work in those places? I'm sure no way to find those made with the round wire like those are. Waiting on wheel to attack the dash coming apart. I see it is broken on most of it's mount bolts to center tower. They pack alot of stuff in that tower and dash, hard to get into and see what is needed to remove. Steering front axle and rear-end are gonna be last things off I'm thinking. These are odd with that long One-piece frame that everything bolts up to. Really heavy metal there, not just some pressed tin thing. Putting it all in boxes for now, working on it much later. Looking like an Attic tractor for awhile, ha!