when they'd do a complete overhaul of an aircraft Lycoming or the like, engine which this thing reminds me of.
The area of their shop where they did overhauls was as clean and neat as that garage, everything was carefully removed, some parts soaked in a a drum of paint remover for a few days then glass bead blasted as some of these parts obviously were. No rush, no hurry, just the space, the tools, the time to do it right. And every bolt head was factory through-drilled for stainless safety wire to make sure critical nuts/bolts didn't vibrate loose.
Yeah, thanks for posting!