bodywork inside the fuel cell area is nearly complete. The oil cooler shield is
in place, and all imperfections are being filled and sanded. Next the whole car
goes on the rotisserie so that work on the lower surfaces can begin.
is the rotisserie, or the rear half anyway. There's another similar stand attached
to the front of the chassis, and once the chassis is fixed on the rotisserie the
car can be turned upside down quite easily (or at any other desired angle) and
locked in place so that work can be done far more easily than crawling underneath!
Rene is finishing the underside of the oil cooler shield with the car spun nearly
upside-down on the rotisserie.
RSR's oil tank, as removed from the car.
quite a lot better (the tank, that is...). Bill is stripping off all the old paint
and mung, revealing the copper-like plated metal of the oil tank. It'll be painted
once all cleanup is completed.
front strut housings and rear shocks with fresh green paint.
has been reassembling the rear control arms, including all new bearings. This
car had been modified to have centerlock hubs, but here they've been changed back
to the original five-stud hubs the car raced with at Sebring.