No pictures for this update but I'm happy to say Peanut moved and stopped under it's own power today
Ernie came over and we spent the morning bleeding the brakes. Front brakes were a piece of cake, the rear brakes were a total pain in the you know what
Since the front wheels were already off we bled the front brakes first. The fronts went pretty good with no issues. Then we mounted the front wheels to get the front end off the jack stands. Working on one rear wheel at a time we had to jack it up, remove the wheel and bleed the brake. Repeat for the other side.
After the brakes were bled it was time for a short (very short!) test drive. I basically drove it forward about 15 feet and then backed it up about 15 feet. Brakes felt pretty good. It has pretty good pedal although possibly a little spongy. I think the best thing is once the floor and seats are back in I'll drive it slowly down to the auto repair shop and have them power bleed the brakes and install an exhaust system.
Peanut may not be ready for touring the country just yet but he's certainly getting closer to being able to do so