'Coffee project' is what surprises you find on a Monday morning. I usually walk in, fix a cup and then get my work orders, plans for the week long goal. The owner just thinks there is not anything I can't shape a pipe into, even if it's an aluminum thing like this that the owner really loves enough to restore. This thing is rough as a cob and I doubt it was even built symmetrically in the first place. I know the painted stripes were off as much as an inch from one side to the other. I just say to myself, "Don't ask why, Paul. . .". There is no machine at our shop that can do compound curves, which leaves the hip bender and my knee to form such a contraption with. There's a doubled seam, right up the middle. I offered to notch the windshield frame for this but ended up just kink forming it there and letting the weather strip that 'they' opted to bed it in. This used up my whole cup.
Anybody else have any weird projects they get roped into?