- Sep 11, 2019
- Phillip Snider
I am a vintage cub owner again. I have an 1812 that I recently purchased and I also have an original that I have just started the restoring process on.
I wish I could take credit for the restoration on this but alas, I can't. An older gentleman in Rabbit Town, Alabama did the work. He did a great job. I've attached some images of the original I'm going to restore. Needless to say, I have my work cut out for me.That is a clean 1812! Did you restore that one too? Please post some pics of your 100 restore!!!
Psnider, I echo with the other post encouraging you to get a manual, forge ahead and lean on us in this forum to encourage and assist you. I recently completed a restoration on a 104 that took me a year (I still work full time). I had never restored a CC before. It was such a rewarding experience and is so satisfying to operate it around my property now. If I had more room (and $), and I'd do another! So, as long as you have the desire to return this Original to a refurbished state, you can do it!! Keep us posted on your progress...Starting to work on the engine. Yikes, I don't even know where to start.