Sunday, October 6, 2019

Report from the hideout.

Work hard, provide turbo and superchargers to our customers and get stuff going is our daily business. That's what we do and that's what we like to do. Tricky questions regarding turbo and supercharger matching is fun and encouraging, but we need to relax too. Blow our minds and cool down.

When some people are chilling they do nothing. When some other guys and girls want to ease they get active and creative.
To celebrate a successful rebirth feels really good and that was what Carina and I did this Sunday. It was good to confirm that all work we put in to the Olds -38 Coupe (that we bought unseen in US last winter) was successful. The car has transformed from a limping half dismantled vehicle to a runner with grace that has passed inspection.
That ArtDeco nose...
...the nice ass....
...that cozy interior...
...and the nice silhouette. Love it. I can watch it for hours. Knowing that is equipped with piston oil cooling and an open prop shaft makes it feel even better.
Within the Salt Slush Team there are other hobby activities as well. 
Like Anders advanced CNC router project. Which will soon produce...all kinds of stuff.
Or Magnus loudspeaker project, which temporarily makes our workshop smells like a carpentry.

Conclusion: In a proper winter hideout there're all kinds of work going on, work that helps to relax from other types of work and as well to scheme next race season.

Friday, October 4, 2019

Autumn Automotive Activities.

All good things must come to an end. Warm creative winds has already tuned cold, gloomy clouds are now covering blue skies and November rain will soon freeze our faces. Good times are over and it's time to find other paths and get ready to move new destinations. In other words, it's time to seek shelter from the storm.
 
We've found our space and place. We've moved to our workshop hideout, where dreams becomes reality and the hostile cold autumn and wild winter can't reach us. A comfortable place to be active while waiting for spring, bright light and a new morning.
The beginning of the end. A late night cruise with the -46 Coupe. The Ford -46 Coupe.
An outdoor design study and as well a painful farewell to the Chevy -36
(right) which has moved to its new owner.
When the cold wind howls outside your door, you better walk inside to find comfort. But remember that the path that leads from thunder to a clear sky is being paved with devils that are comfortably sitting in the details. The Ardun V8 is coming together step by step.
Inside our warm workshop, Anders Magnuson Supercharged El Camino is waiting for warm weather and a cool intercooler.
Even during the coldest of winters, Santa is coming.
But he needs a hint and if you're out of ideas, but still feel the urge to find supercharged happiness and an out-of-gym and-yoga-activity-scheme we can help. Thrust me. Because we're prepared.
 
That's all. For now.