We are always jealous of the cool adventures that the Iron Trap crew gets to experience when they go off to collections and start loading up parts and buying cool old parts. I mean they get to see some pretty cool stuff. But I’m sure it’s not all fun and excitement, or is it? In this newest video from the gang you get to see what their adventures are, and what it is like to work in their warehouse during a normal week.
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The Iron Trap crew has a week filled with work in the shop and warehouse, and a few adventures as well. After a full day of work Monday, Matt and Mike headed out of town on Tuesday to go preview an estate that we may be working with in the future. On Wednesday Matt and Steve worked on buttoning up some projects on the RPU and almost got it running but had a bad starter solenoid. After Matt and Mike headed to visit a local antique car collector and metal spinner Ron. Ron owns an amazing 1934 Cabriolet that he really wanted Mike to see in person! On Thursday the crew got the RPU all sorted and running, so they celebrated with ice cream at the Boyertown Museums Cones and Cars cruise in. Matt’s Dad Jim finished off the week with getting the F600 hauler running really well after a carb rebuild!