The parts are for a turbo C5 Corvette. Its the main reason this aquarium project took so long :hihi:Perspective is being restored little by little. The tank looks great already, but I'm sure it will continue to look better as it matures.
Off topic: A turbo 4-cylinder? What make? Reminds me of the box my Prosport gauges came in.
Automotive work is definitely a lot more frustrating that aquarium stuff.... I like working on cars/boats/motorcycles/engines, but after a few hours I usually have to stop and do something else for awhile and "cool down". I do better working on the corvette, because believe it or not they're very easy to work on, and generally more fun than mundane maintenance or issues with daily commute vehicles.Dang! I was thinking that could have just been one head. I actually started my aquarium project because I couldn't get in the garage to finish my turbo project! Haha. I find fish much more relaxing to sit back and watch.
Thanks! I initially wanted a 180g tank (8'X2'X2'), but there weren't any on craigslist when I was looking for them. I was about to get a standard 125g when this interesting 7' acrylic popped up for cheap. I really love the extra width, it worked perfectly for my situation.Great setup, well thought out and clean looking. I'm jealous of your extra foot of tank length, time for an 8' long.:hihi:
Thanks!Nice Tank! Where did you find the tree roots?