I was bored yesterday so I decided to drive the '41 Chevy into town to gas it up at the local farm store (they sell non-ethanol gas there). As I entered the parking lot I had to circle around a guy who was pulling away from the pump (without looking) which led me to a place where the pavement was at a weird angle near one of the entrances. The bracket holding my brake booster under the floor caught the concrete and folded back, deforming the booster and losing the diaphragm seal. As it bent back it pulled the pedal down to the floor so I've got zero brakes. It got exciting for a few seconds as I dodged the pump, the guy pulling away and the pedestrians walking across the lot. An embarrassing tow-truck ride home later, I got it raised up and got a look at the damage. Brakes 03 by brokedownbiker posted Apr 12, 2020 at 2:13 PM This morning I got it taken apart, you can see how bent the bracket is: Brakes 04 by brokedownbiker posted Apr 12, 2020 at 2:13 PM Luckily it looks like all I have to do is straighten the plate and replace the booster. And I still need to gas up the damned thing!