We've got two insulated containers off the back of wagons and they're big enough to fit two cars im and still just enough room to get out and they are good however they still have some moisture in them so ideally you either need a dehumidifier or a fan circulating the air
I'm looking at buying a lathe and I've seen one for sale thats perfect however it has a 10hp 3 phase motor and I dont have 3 phase.
Other than spending a fair chunk of a rotary phase converter has anyone got any good ideas thst aren't too expensive? Thanks
I have done a resto on it and looks great but I got an amazing deal on a very large saw which I could say no to, only 200 squids
So I've continued your generosity and passed the saw on to one of my friends who's rebuilding his garage after it burn down and im hoping that will help start...
I've got a milwaukee one bought it when I was on holiday in America when they first came out also bought some spare blades, I like the feel not too heavy not too light and feel very solid and best bit is I paid £5 instead of the £15 they go for in the UK
I have the means to repair and replace and I just like the idea of it, I like building cars thats the fun bit, also if I ever wanted to sell it it would probably more desirable with a pinto in it. But probably won't ever sell it.
I'm building it so that IF I ever wanted to compete I could but qt the moment I'm just building it in a style I like, if I was ever going to rally id be more lightly to do it in one of my dads novas and they're quite fast and nimble. And less expensive to crash
I completely agree my current car is a 1.2 corsa and it goes ok as my first cad but I'm also insured on my dads vauxhall nova sport that is standard historic class rally car so not many mods and none on the engine and doing 60 in that feels like your flying, also I dont even think it would hit...