ME & MY === 1958 Buick, 1958 Buick, 1958 Buick and…….. in Me and My Buick Posted 4 hours ago Busy week this past one work wise. With the "Shut Down" in March one of my contracts cancelled any work of any kind till further notice till last week, so put in this week to bring some much needed funds in. Paperwork is the new flavour of the day, sign for this, fill out for that and be sure you list the Country you are from. Now sign in electronically and once you receive confirmation you are here, you can then begin your work. (The new daily work procedure....) The original contract was for three cleanings per year and have not been there for a whole year. Consequently the time and effort required are way off and not much car/garage things are being done... I'd truly rather rather be cleaning my cars up than fighting bees, wasps and spiders that have built condo's. I did take one evening and get at the Nash and while not hiding a few things, she is looking better than when I first uncovered her. With my temporary fuel supply I moved her from one driveway to the other where the Special and supplies are. The last thing I wanted to do was clean up the hubcaps before the dark settled in. I'll get to those white walls later. Three out of the four have come out like this. Not sure the fourth is going to look this good. Anyone have a spare trim ring and moon lying around? Managed to nurse her back to the other driveway and will let her sit till later next week after the contract work is completed. I might bite the bullet and arrange to have the differential looked at by RM as I also want to take my seat back from the Limited to their upholstery shop. When I was there asking about the Nash I also inquired if they would be able to re-stuff the seats as the foam has hardened and will eventually start to crumble through the bottom cushions. When I told them the foam isn't degraded to the point of crumbling as the car hasn't been sat in at all, they said that as long as the material is in good shape then sure, it can be done. As my one sister has a habit of saying, "Guess I will have to get into the diamond mine and dig more up".