Just a quick update. Since people weren’t being asphyxiated when following me anymore, they had a tendency to sit on my bumper now. I wanted to make it a bit more obvious I was braking, so they wouldn’t become one with my bumper.
The time had come to take Lucas on his longest voyage in years (and the longest drive in my ownership, basically doubling the mileage I had done on the old engine), it was time to go to work.
Woah what a week it’s been! I have spent almost every night (Thursday was rest day) in the garage until well past my bedtime working on Lucas, trying to make sure I was on track.
What a weekend it’s been. So much coolant on the floor… and so much progress.
Well, since my last update, it’s all gone downhill.
After the last big update, not much has happened with Lucas, except for me setting a deadline to have the car on the road again.
It’s been a lot of work, but Lucas has moved on considerably since the last post. I’ll break this down into bite-size chunks. This will be a massive post though as it’s a week or two of work.
Well, it’s most of the bits to make an engine, anyway.
Well the time finally came, Tess is now with her new owner.