Work continues on the Mary Stuart project @ Zuffenhaus. Technology is useful, but at the end of the day the hand (and eye) must be involved. This is the final handwork – contouring the quarter panel positive plugs, checking the shape where they will interface with the metal body, and correcting digital attempts to replicate flowing shape. Shortly, these plugs will be used to create molds to form the composite body panels.
Zuffenhaus Products’ 2.8RSR Calipers being assembled, QC’d, and prepared for shipping to Europe in time for the 2012 Techno Classica in Essen. Contact TwinSpark for details, ordering instructions!
More cool stuff @Zuffenhaus : 1970 Stingray.
Zuffenhaus client is offering his 1974 911 with 930S body conversion for sale. The 911 is in great structural shape, with Air Conditioning, Seat, and Engine upgrades. Seats have been replaced with cloth RS America Sport Seats, and wired correctly for power adjust. Windows have also been upgraded to power units. Engine has been upgraded to 3.2 with PMOs and dual-out stainless exhaust. Wheels are vintage 15″ Gottis. Interested parties please email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and pricing.
Rainy day at Zuffenhaus.
RS. – the right way.
We thought we’d share a couple of pictures of QC checking during wheel pre-assembly on a beautiful Friday morning. Have a great weekend!
Zuffenhaus Products Fuchs-styled 3-piece Wheels and Ducktail are a perfect marriage for the 964 platform. (car shown does not actually belong to St. Valentine)
A quick image from today, showing Mary and her right hand rear quarter panel plug, in the shop for visual checking/verification of the shape/details before final handwork.
Test fitting of the 18″ RSR Center Lock Wheel center with the Porsche Center Lock Hub and corresponding nut. Everything looks good!