I made a workbench which is high enough for me to work on it with "straight spine" :) :)
I wanted two big draws and i had drawers from office furniture,which is i thought will be good for it...
I made a support for cans and bits, so they will not fall when i move the bench around... :) :)
Now i finished to restore the pillar drill,only 1 thing left, i have to buy a new chuck for it, cause its not in the best condition, and it hasn't got its key...but the drill work fine...and i may buy a vice for it as well,cause sometimes its easier to hold the items with it.....
I wanted to buy a pillar drill for my garage....i found one on a farm...the owner of the farm is a very good man,and i've got it from him...the state of the drill not the best,but i'll restore it....
This is how i've got it:
Lets take it to pieces and start to restore it:
Looks a bit better:
I haven't done it yet,so continue soon...
I was looking for a sheet metal shear for my garage....i could buy a new one ,but i prefer the old style, in my opinion they are better,and i can have some fun to reconditioning them...i found one, and a few days later another one,and i decided to keep both...
This is how they looked when i bought them...you can see them in the background...the black stand on the pic is what i made for them to fit on...
let see how they look now:
this is the bigger one with 200mm blades
this is the smaller one with 160mm blades
and fitted on the stand:
the stand fitted with 2 castors (with brakes),so i can move it easily around the garage...
The Classic Mechanic
I am Laszlo Izso and I am The Classic Mechanic. We undertake part and full restoration and repairs of modern classics, classic and vintage cars. It is more than a business, it is a vocation as restoring these cars is my passion.