I had to clear a huge section of the garage for some serious sewer pipe replacement work. The one silver lining: the unregistered (and waiting for a time/money convergence) '65 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT would need to be moved - hee, hee! It's only been dormant for ..mumble, mumble.. years. I actually have been doing prep work on it for some time, now, so it actually all went according to plan, except.. the battery wouldn't come back to life. By chance, my Spider was conveniently closeby (it's usually about 100 miles away), so after a quick battery replacement exercise, the coupe came to life and was driven around the neighborhood for a few minutes, frightening a few children and animals before being stored out of the way for a week.
After the new pipe was in place in the garage and after another blast around the neighborhood, I wiped her off and took a few pics before putting her back to bed.
I really did not plan it, but given the size of the garage, I suppose it was inevitable that a bike appears somewhere in the background of every pic. Further trivia: if Bay Area locals recognize the company that's advertised in the poster in the last pic, I used to work there in the 80's.
'65 AR Giulia Sprint GT
'74 AR Spider
'93 AR 164 L