Gearing up for the Exterior Makover
I will be getting married for the first time at the ripe old age of 57. She fell in love with me, not for my money (cause I aint got none) rather for my 92 Excella. Seriously, the honeymoon plan is a trip from Olympia WA to the redwoods via the Oregon’s coastline Hwy 101 to the redwoods, then on to Yosemite national park. May 5th is the date. So weather will determine the plans.
So any input there would be well received. (I mean as far as the trip! I GOT THE REST)
The interior has been completed last summer and now it time for the shell. I need to two areas and then strip and polish.
I have read many post (to many actually cause I am swimming in directions) but I will post my progress. First wanted to share my plan. Just in case I am headed for a cliff. PLEASE speak up. I am under the gun to get her done.
Here is my purchase list
Rivet Removal tool w/ # 21 spare bit
Olympic shave-able rivets 5/32
Cleco Sheet Holders / Cleco pliers
Shaver tool for Olympic rivets
Noxon Spring combination punch
Trempro 635 polyurethane
PPG PR-5044 Stripper
Nuviet Nushine polish: f9, C, A. I will be purchas a Dwalt DWP 849x 7" / 9" Variable Speed Polisher with Soft Start for the first phase of polish, then of course a Cyclo Pro Mark II Polisher and finish off with.
Scaffolding package rolling 5 x 5 x 10’ with 30” side brackets to get over the roof area and work from.
OK big question after taking a segment apart do i use a double sided sticky tape to seem the units back together. I'm not getting how to seal the units without making a big mess.
If you don't have the time to do it right the first time where you gona find the time to do it a second time.