So as I'm planning my projects for the year, I determined that I have a lot to do by the end of 2016. I have my youngest son Ryan's Wheel Horse RJ to finish, my oldest son Caleb's John Deere 70 to finish (as he lost interest in finishing it himself) starting the restoration of a John Deere 110 for my Dad that has been stripped and waiting for primer for the past 6 years, and if my buddy stops in to sign the contract and drop off the down payment, I'll have his John Deere 110 to restore as well.
Although I have a lot going on, I'm looking forward to being able to work on so many projects at the same time. While waiting for parts of one project to dry, I can work on another. And women say men can't multitask!
Anyway, back to the initial thought. I was just curious to see if there are others out there that have taken on the adventure of restoring multiple tractors at the same time? If so, how many did you take on in a year, and how well did it work out for you? Worth doing it, or was it a total disaster?
My only concern for this idea is, where and how I'm going to store the parts while in the drying process. As most of you know, I don't have a whole lot of room around here, so if any of you have any drying rack ideas or suggestions as to how to store parts and pieces while waiting for assembly, I'd like to hear what you come up with.