He put little rails on the back, so I can use bungee straps and haul stuff.
The old wires had a mysterious short in them, and several wires didn't connect to anything. There were pendulous hanging blobs of knotted wires here and there. In the long run it was easier for Lee to tear it all out and start from scratch.
He put in this shorty turn signal and headlight knob. The headlight knob is right in the corner of that black metal framework.
Also he hooked up a gas gauge with a light in it for me.
These wires go to the fuel sensor.
Here you can see the new turn signals and the red Ooga horn.
The 1st time I heard the Ooga horn (I guess that's what you call it) I literally jumped. It's startlingly loud. You can hear it toned down to computer speaker volume in this video.
Lee is also making a removable vinyl top. I'm not sure how long that takes, but the buggy will be drivable this Summer with or without it.