Spotted this neat place for switches and decided to mount them real quick. So quick that I didn't give myself time to plug them in but atleast I have a spot for them now. Giving up in the whole overhead idea for now.
And in other news, I bough some wrap and plan on changin the colour of the wagon in the next couple months hopefully (or the next 6 months...)
Something that could be considered boring, but I'm pretty excited for it. Ended up choosing satin white pearl. I can also see it being convinient to hide scratches and dents being both white and matte.
Surprisingly the estimated delivery for the wrap is mid April so it'll be here soon. And since I will be using the doors and more stuff from the blue wagon parts car, I can wrap most of the panels and have them ready before doing any teardown on the Outback.
I'm just hoping I can actually pull off wrapping the whole car, especially with that cheapo wrap which everyone says is a pain to work with. Girlfriend is gonna give me a hand though so that might help me keep sane, lol
It really is. Its not pretty, but its alot of space, and even more available.
I just cleaned up and prepped this small portion cause I planned on bringing the GC in to do some work on it. We're gonna fix the lights soon which will be nice, but until it gets warmer outside it'll be cold in there. We've got one blower heating it up and it manages to keep the temp above zero but thats it. I'm not complaining though, just happy to have some space to use