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    You have showed the customer that you know your...

    You have showed the customer that you know your job ,I hope that he know;s how to bow when he thank;s you ,brilliant repair.
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    Sorry need to go to specs savers

    Sorry need to go to specs savers
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    Derek,I am still sitting in the chair patiently ...

    Derek,I am still sitting in the chair patiently waiting ,I should really go to bed. Eddie
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    Don't know why it was submitted ?Excellent job on...

    Don't know why it was submitted ?Excellent job on the Interior Keith .
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    Gee, I will have to get better glasses first look...

    Gee, I will have to get better glasses first look I thought you were cutting out wheels!! but they are very nice bowls never the less.
    Eddie
    Ps just a thought ,the wood you are using looks to good...
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    Dalboy you have to remember that the wagon WIP...

    Dalboy you have to remember that the wagon WIP is a priority,for us oldy's ,time is pressing forget the tool shed and persevere with the wagon, I just can't wait sitting that long, time is running...
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    Great work Derek I did thought that I would...

    Great work Derek I did thought that I would never see you finish the wagon,I know I have not been in to any models for a long time but I follow whats going on never the less, keep going now that you...
  8. Thread: New project

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    Just Brilliant. work

    Just Brilliant. work
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    Hi prd, It;s a long time now since I restored a...

    Hi prd, It;s a long time now since I restored a Dodge 1923 Tourer which had timber framing ,and a !932 Austin single seater with a dicky seat also
    had timber framing, and I used only Kiln dried Ash...
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    DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    CLAIMED "I'm in"

    "I'm in"
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    Perfect. the word to describe the Model ,.

    Perfect. the word to describe the Model ,.
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
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    CLAIMED "Im 'in."

    "Im 'in."
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    What Error, what fix, all looks good to me. ...

    What Error, what fix, all looks good to me.

    Eddie
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    I'm wearing glasses and I can't see either.

    I'm wearing glasses and I can't see either.
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    Hi Keith, what can I say ,that has not already...

    Hi Keith, what can I say ,that has not already been said ,I haven't posted to the forum for a long time now ,but have never missed a night to look up the forum ,and especially the model section ,I to...
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    I thought you were younger than that Peter, I'll...

    I thought you were younger than that Peter, I'll get me glasses changed,
  19. Thread: A must see -----

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    Hi there mardtrp, I...

    Hi there mardtrp,
    I don't belong to face book either, so I like a few others, missed out on your must see, I must have missed out on your builds as well could you post them...
  20. Hard to believe any thing would bleed through...

    Hard to believe any thing would bleed through genuine shellac.
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    410201 410202 410203 410204 ...

    410201 410202 410203

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    Chubbs built,
    These pics should be self explanatory,if I write to much I will surely loose the lot
    Sorry ,Eddie

    410207
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    Hi, You need a lathe wood or metal both work with...

    Hi, You need a lathe wood or metal both work with a chuck, going from left to right you can see how they are put together, but I always make the steel rims first, before I cut out the angled glued...
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    410201 410202 410203 410204 ...

    410201 410202 410203

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    Chubbs built,
    These pics should be self explanatory,if I write to much I will surely loose the lot
    Sorry ,Eddie
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    Hi Peter been out of the wood work for the last 4...

    Hi Peter been out of the wood work for the last 4 years restoring a car. just about finished but can't get the vent rubbers really sucks.


    Hi Chubbs built, I will look out some pics that might...
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    Hi there,try putting the long members to the top...

    Hi there,try putting the long members to the top holes in the front and rear frames and I think it will all fit together alright..
    Cheers Eddie
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    Sticky: Repliconics, The Art of recycling.

    Repliconics, The Art of recycling.
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    I have for the last two1/2 years been restoring a...

    I have for the last two1/2 years been restoring a car and most of any movable part that was rusty has had the molasses treatment from the back axle to the all the steering ,brake parts and suspension...
  28. Thread: I Remember.....

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    I say thanks for all those memory's, I go back a...

    I say thanks for all those memory's, I go back a little further, I remember
    my Dad going to WWII and saying it wont last long you will never have to go but I did.
    I remember the days with no...
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    Sticky: 2/#rd Indian

    Trev, a unbelievable job you have done ,and if you have nothing to do till you start the Brough you will have to play with your self till then ,I meen , you know clean up the bench top or some...
  30. Thread: Restoring Cars

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    It's to quiet to go on . Eddie

    It's to quiet to go on
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    Eddie
  31. Thread: Restoring Cars

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    Having put most of the running gear through the...

    Having put most of the running gear through the molasses or the Electrolysis system, I set to repairing where I found the need to do so the four drums I skimmed on my lathe and put on new brake...
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    L H Sparey in his book the Amateur's Lathe has a...

    L H Sparey in his book the Amateur's Lathe has a Tail Stock Turret which is quite a easy one to make ,and I made mine back in the early 80s , quite a strait forward job to do, I had only a lathe and...
  33. Thread: more rust removal

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    No have no problem with Ants or Bees, unless the...

    No have no problem with Ants or Bees, unless the part is to long to keep the lid on, it is always covered
    with a lid.
    Eddie
  34. Thread: more rust removal

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    I have used both molasses and Electrolysis ,no...

    I have used both molasses and Electrolysis ,no doubt the Electrolysis is Quicker and will remove paint and grease, but for cleaning a lot of parts like when you are restoring a car ,molasses, in my...
  35. Thread: Restoring Cars

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    Good to see some interest ,and it does give some...

    Good to see some interest ,and it does give some assurance that there is interest out there and observant you are as well, yes there is one different tail shaft cover it came loose not on a car and...
  36. Thread: Restoring Cars

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    Thanks Peter, A Duke,, Kryn and OldGrain. so its...

    Thanks Peter, A Duke,, Kryn and OldGrain. so its on with the W.I.P, I had to strip the gear box because it was full of black oil, well more like burnt oil and of course the rust ,that creeps in from...
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    Thanks Peter had a good Christmas, and hope you...

    Thanks Peter had a good Christmas, and hope you had the same, I am nearly back to normal now have managed to take the dogs for a walk at last, I think they thought I had forgotten them.

    Hi Kryn,...
  38. Thread: Whisperings

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    Far from boring ,watching paint dry is boring,...

    Far from boring ,watching paint dry is boring, would make a nice little model.
    I love watching this kind of working engine, nice repair job Phil.
    Eddie
  39. Thread: Restoring Cars

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    During the dismantling of the door window...

    During the dismantling of the door window channels it was obvious that they would have to be replaced or repared I thought about the cost and where to get them,so I had a go at repairing them...
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    Well this is what I should of called it a bead...

    Well this is what I should of called it a bead roller that is what they are called,
    they have lot f different dies that do a lot of different forms and shapes, this one is only a cheaply for the...
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    Hi peter yes you are right I should get them to...

    Hi peter yes you are right I should get them to come and sort it all out.

    Sorry Kryn have not sent the pic of the swager because the shed was to hot
    to be in there when I had the time to dig it...
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    Yes I will pull it out tomorrow.and send a pic.I...

    Yes I will pull it out tomorrow.and send a pic.I started this restoration 2 years ago this Christmas, so looking up the photos in my computer is a pains taking job as I a not very good at keeping...
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    Hi Randal, that's what this is all about ...

    Hi Randal, that's what this is all about restoring a car would love to see your Goggomobile restoration W.I.P.Hi Kryn, the panels are done on a swaging machine, it is only a cheap one, but does...
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    Sticky: Hi Trevor, you are a master craftsman, I showed...

    Hi Trevor, you are a master craftsman, I showed my son your work, he would not believe how you had made it ,so I gave him a look see as to the W.I.P He was blown away,and said if he had not seen part...
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    No they are done in water and oil stains ,Using...

    No they are done in water and oil stains ,Using special brushes ,the rubber graining pads you are talking about are a bit on the repartition side and can look very gaudy on doors and cars ,as they...
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    You are right I think most cars with all metal...

    You are right I think most cars with all metal trim were done that way and when they wear out in them most handled places, as you say they would not be repaired, so I did quite a few cars of various...
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    Thanks Peter the day as started good. still have...

    Thanks Peter the day as started good. still have the letters missing.

    Kryn Wooden Body Framing ,by Alan Alderwick.

    This is a handy book it is work done on a Mg and Alvis,which dose not go back...
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    Welcome Simplicity, wish I had known you a...

    Welcome Simplicity, wish I had known you a couple of years ago, But better late than never, although I have finished my welding and panel repairs there is always some thing that will need a bit of...
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    This is the hoto that I could not put in the ...

    This is the hoto that I could not put in the last post,
    ,as I said being primed and painted,I am hoping to get some thing done with the missing letters as I scroll down it just flutters up and down...
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    Hi Kryn, sorry about the jeep I should of known...

    Hi Kryn, sorry about the jeep I should of known better I have a good library of older vehicles, and I now know what you might be letting your self into, would be a good restoration would not be to...
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