When I was a kid, I was just like Beaver on the old show "Leave it to Beaver".  He was always asking grown ups lots of questions about what they were doing.  He was a curious little guy.   Much the same way, I wandered around town after school and in the summers asking lots of questions.  There were three places in particular that I liked to visit.  1. Produce store. 2. Taxedermy shop 3. Bicycle repair. (leter added mechanics to my list of visits) I would walk in like I owned the place and and always ask, "watcha workin' on?"  I was always fascinated with what adults were doing.  After all, I was going to be one someday so I might as well know what to do.  Some times the adults were a little grumpy at first but then seemed to enjoy showing me their work.  I gained a great deal of knowledge back in those days.

Now, here I am in my fifties and I really haven't changed much.  I have lots of hobbies and still love to go and ask people that question.  Especially people working on old cars and trucks.  Ask a "car guy" the question, "whatcha workin' on?" and you better have a few minutes to spare.  We love to talk about our old cars just like we do our kids.

What's awesome now days is I don't have to just walk around the neighborhood bugging people, we have the wonderful internet.  So many ways to learn from other people and what they are up to.

Here is a list of what I'm working on when it comes to auto restoration: (besides working on the daily drivers my kids keep tearing up)

1969 Roadrunner

1956 Chevrolet 210

1967 Ford Bronco

1979 Ford F150 4X4

As you can see, I have plenty to do.  So now it is your turn to list.  Whatcha workin' on?  Even if you haven't worked on it for a while and it's in the "someday" department,  let me know.