Simon’s boss was given a 1953 Austin a month or so ago, and he didn’t want yet another old car to restore, so he gave it to Simon. Such a car must be stored under cover in this climate, so Simon went to town and bought supplies to build a carport for it. He and his brothers have been busily building.
The car came home a day or two later:
The boys played around with it but couldn’t get it going until a friend who loves vintage cars came over one evening. With his help, they got it to start. The next morning, I got a video of Simon starting it himself. Several days after that, the car had to be moved so firewood could be put in our carport (his wasn’t ready yet). The car is so small it would have been easy to push—but no, of course Simon had to start it and see if it would go! He got it to go forward, but can’t get it in reverse yet without stalling it. He also can’t run it more than a couple of minutes because the radiator isn’t hooked up.
Bonnie Rice says
That is awesome! He is going to make a lot of people jealous. OK so finally you got me to respond to your posts. HA Actually I love reading and looking at your pictures but hardly know what to respond sometimes and most the time no time to respond. This one couldn’t go without a response. 🙂 We are suppose to be getting between 8-12 inches of snow today, so far just rain, which might turn to ice who knows. Blessings Mr Mechanic!