The chop saw was set up in the car to cut the roof boards to length. Bob is doing the honors at this time.
The boards are then handed up to the crew on the scaffold to be nailed in place. Jim's nail gun provides consistency in nailing as well as minimizing damage to the boards.
Here is the view from below. Visible progress, eh?
More platform boards were cut to complete the platforms around the car to support workers and the scaffolding to work on the roof. Bob and Ron are teaming up here.
Also in March, drilling continued for installing the bolsters. They will be bolted to the outer sills, and holes in the wood need to be aligned with the holes in the steel. The best way to do that is to drill using the holes in the steel as a guide, but that involves defying gravity. So our team got creative with the magnetic drill, not relying completely on the magnet.
Again, many thanks to Tom Simco and Glen Hall for sharing their photos.