The only consumer type pop riveter I have is an old English brand. I can use it one handed but I do have to choke up on the handle a bit. Glenn, it looks like you might have borrow my air riveter. It takes about one finger to use. When you have hundreds to do it's the only way.
Well, the car should look something like a Lotus Super 7, that was the goal.
Actually, with trailer brakes and lots of power I think that it'd do just fine and besides, if the manufacturer (that's me) says it's fine for that weight why couldn't I do it?
Wire wheels, take about grass being greener on the other side of the fence. When I was young and poor I'd have given my right arm to have some. Then when I could afford them I found out they're not all they're cracked up to be. If they're in perfect condition, great, but if they need a tuneup, awful. The classic case of be careful what you wish for.