Re: One man's (very hot) Crosley.
I have always had used, old cars. Two or three of them I worked on with an old boyfriend, but most recently bought a 1950 Crosley wagon, thinking: I can do this! Alas, that boyfriend is long gone, and man oh man DO I HAVE COLD FEET. For some reason, especially after reading the shop manual.
She is in my garage, and I feel horrible that she should suffer from my being a dilettante, who was probably only better as an apprentice.
And my goal had been a simple one: get it running smoothly (as it now runs really really roughly) before doing any cosmetic work.
A new (terrified) Crosley owner,