From:Brent e-mail:cdf959-A-embarqmail.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Phoenix the Scat Date:Sun Jul 6 23:35:17 2014
Response to:19651
The part I appreciated the most is the magnetic base that holds the tools. I'm definitely going to incorporate that at work. I'll now look at the bottom of shelves in a whole new light. Tools above, work below. Did you put double-sided tape on the rag to keep it in place? All kidding aside I'm jealous. It looks great! However......I'm looking for some of the same parts as you for my '62 Scat so I'm sure we'll be meeting on eBay one of these days. Se préparer Mon'Amie. En garde!

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Oh ya, The bike looks great. I did overlook the straps to hold it on the ceiling, and I like that you can lower it to working height with the lift-hoist thingy. my Apple just keeps it up oriented so that's the only way I can see it.

Once it's off the lift I'm sure you will keep the rubber side down. Really I'm sure of that.

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I was kinda hoping for a "ooh the bike looks great" or something to that
affect! Lol

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I'd like to know how you stored those bags on the bottom of the work
bench. I could store stuff on the ceiling, bottom of all the shelves and
maybe just maybe keep the floor clean enough to walk int the room.

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Maybe the problem is me working on it upside down!

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I'm still putting the 63 scat together. Finding all the right things is
quite a job. Here's a picture.
Sincerely, gene