Website Rebuild Continues
I have started rebuilding the articles from backups of the old site I had. In one way, it is satisfying to read all these articles again. It’s easy to forget all the blood, sweat and tears we enthusiasts expel restoring these old Ferraris. Yesterday, I watched Scott (ratarossa) explain he had taken two days to remove a hub from its carrier, something I can definitely sympathize with. My personal record for a seized bolt was two years I think, from first trying to undo it, until finally removing it.
That and under stories will eventually get restored back to the website. It’s a slow and arduous task but also a rewarding one… not unlike working on these old Italian cars 🙂
I’m restoring the articles year by year going back so the most recent content will be restored first and the old, old articles about me completely gutting the interior will probably be the last to be restored.
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