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boulogne car body help needed
#51
Of course you're mad, Tony, aren't we all?  Big Grin
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#52
Definitely mad..... crack on as Duncan would say !!

Pictures, pictures, we like pictures
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#53
Today, we could just 3-D print the whole thing. Well, OK, not today - but perhaps in a few years' time? - for this is what we're up against: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjFyikKPldE
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#54
Let me know if you need help with the new woodwork Tony ... real wood that is, not 3D printed!
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#55
Big Grin

thank you peter, appreciated.

could you email me, tony.7ca@aol.co.uk

just had another look at you and R project to keep up with the build.

its gonna be a great shame to cover the quality of that work.

tony
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#56
Thank you Tony I've sent an email.

Email has been a bit troublesome recently so just in case it doesn't arrive my phone number is 01667 45 45 50

Peter.
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#57
thank you peter.


tony
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#58
Well, this is my donor car.

I'm sure many will recognise it.

I'm not looking to butcher a complete car, nothing like anything we all want to keep as an oily rag.

So hopefully this will not upset to many purists.

To finish this build as a 1925 chummy, the costs would far outway what the car is worth when finished.

But what it does do for me is, it supplies me with ALL the parts I need. And many of those parts are restored. Which should save me a fortune. And make another car build affordable.

Tony.

   
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#59
This looks very promising indeed Tony.
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#60
If it was mine I would be tempted to build a replica of the Barnes Brothers racer 'Earthquake', but I am even madder than you, Tony!
What a great project for you.
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