Well, I've been busy getting together parts for a workable grader blade. After sand blasting each part and primering I had all of my parts/pieces sitting on the tool bench to dry. I've got Henry's generator at the doctor's getting new insides and the hood is off lying on the floor. Yep, sure enough, one of the support brackets fell off the bench, landed on Henry's hood and put three big gouges in him. The neighbors heard a few choice words I can tell you. I had to scrape off one side of my brandy new decals and sand down the scrapes and dings. Primering in 30 degree weather doesn't work so well
Anyone have any advice on how to do spot repairs without them looking like spot repairs? I used rattle cans to restore the tractor.