Work down under

Restoration can be full of creativity sometimes. Here, they have used a special 'rack' of sorts that mounts to where the Fića's suspension does, and the car can be moved around using the rack's casters. This is also handy during the painting process: no wheels to cover up!

Another rack attaches to mounting points near the casters, allowing the car to be flipped on its side, visible in the photos. While the car rests on this side portion, work on the bottom of the shell can be done more easily.

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Spray putty

As the title suggests, the spray putty has been applied; as for the brake job, it is progressing as planned. On another note, the engine itself is done: it's been painted and all the new wearable parts have been prepared (i.e. hoses, etc.).

The spray putty pics follow, and as always click to enlarge.

The home stretch

I have received some more pictures! They've smoothed out the body now, and all that's left before the paint comes on is the spray putty and the aforementioned hole-drilling. Besides that, a complete overhaul of the braking system is also underway.

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