Thursday, March 11, 2010

1903 Cadillac Maintenance

On Tuesday we pulled the 1903 Cadillac off of the museum floor and brought it into the shop for some maintenance work and repairs.

As you can see, we had to remove the seats and pull most of the body off of the car in order to access the single-cylinder engine and other mechanical parts.

We're leaving it apart for several days in case you want to come by Sunday and see what the car looks like in its "undressed" state. Thanks again to all the help from the volunteers that make it easy to do projects like this: Ron Allen, Rick Larrick, and Paul Tekin for doing the lifting and helping get things apart, repaired and back together.


1 comment:

  1. today the cadillac goes back togather. after making all the repairs and service needed, we will put it back in operation, so that spring time comes it is ready to go again.


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