66 shovelhead. Back tinkering with it after about a year break.
I'm a pump guy too. This is a 1951 Martin Schwartz model 80. My wife pumped gas at her Dad's Texaco as a little girl so she has a real fondness for Texaco stuff.
Still need to put the glass in this Bennett 766. It's a 1948 if I remember right.
You might remember I'm a sled guy too. Here's my longest term project. It's my Grandpa's 1967 Polaris Mustang. I've been playing with it a bit and though I planned on taking it out this year, oh well.
My 72 Polaris Colt 295SS. I seem to get these to the same spot in the process, then I lose interest temporarily. Both these machines are basicall in the same situation. I've got the hoods cleaned up now and ready to paint when the weather breaks this spring. Then need to do the engines and get them done.
And finally, (there is no finally. I've got over 35 projects.) I have here a little hybrid project. It's a 99 Polaris Indy 500 that shed everything it can live without, and then it's getting a skin off another 67 Mustang I had. Plan is for my wife to ride this at vintage shows when we go with the Polaris sleds. She's used to riding the sleds that have a wider ski stance and reverse, hand and thumb warmers, etc. so this will fit her needs well. Pretty sure she would be in "tip over mode" on the skinny old machines. She is garanteed to be the only one on the snow with something like this!