I actually don't live there, so I have camera's lol. The people in the trailers next to me on either side rent from me. Old guy across the street thinks it's all hilarious. It's the subsidized housing cross-corner that I worry about most.I bet your neighbors talk about you just like my neighbors talk about me. You just need to have several dozen security cameras up and then they are either real friendly with you or won't make eye contact.
The normal chisel thing. I just run it around loosely and all the big flakes fall off, then I sandblast the rest.What tool are you using on the air hammer? I’ve never tried removing rust with one.
For big flat surfaces I like these, but they start coming apart when you hit rivets or other stuff.
I clean up with a wire wheel and a needle scaler for the nooks and crannies, but a good sand blaster looks like fun.
You sure do get a lot of shit done! Are you and RBB related?
At least cleanup is complete and now you can move onto something more fun.
Yeah, all I ever get is people stopping by asking if I'm a mechanic (no, I don't want to fix your stupid 06 Malibu), if they can have scrap (that's treasure sir... Also, I have a trailer myself if I want to haul things in), or most annoyingly, shrewd folks who think they can flash 3 crispy hundred dollar bills and buy some of my treasures.Not related but judging from the yard a "brother from another mother"
I would give my left arm for a neighbor like him that I could have "Man Play Dates" with.
OH the shit we could tear up and build.
I like those old dodges. My nephew has a short box one that he has a 440 with some crazy horsepower he takes it to Milan and runs it down the strip. I think his times are around 10 to 11 in the quarter.