Youtube project series - Toyota GT-Four engine & running gear in Austin Mini 1000

  1. jpmillermatic

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    absolutely brilliant as always!......spandex????? woah, didnt see that coming! cheeky dialog makes this very entertaining.....anybody catch the Bugs Bunny references to the ACME tool company?...eheh, heh, heh.....

    JP
     
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    New ones up!
     
  3. Spark plug

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    How did I forget about that! :doh:
     
  4. Wallace

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    Excellent viewing. :thumbup:
     
  5. jpmillermatic

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    oh, man, I forgot to tune in the night of the unveiling!....thanks for posting

    love this series!

    JP
     
  6. insomniac Member

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    project binky !! watched episode 15 last night.. great as usual.. CAD in its best form
     
  7. decca

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    New out takes Video.

     
  8. PSweeney Member

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    love it but just so painfully slow in between episodes.
     
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  10. Pigeon_Droppings2 Member

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    Very good...I can only imagine how much elapsed time has actually gone into that heater box!

    One tip I did pick up is the use of the "I" beam for the fabrication work...thats a neat idea as it's flat plus the clamps can grab it easily.
     
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  11. Cris B

    Cris B Every day welding is a school day

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    Might be quicker now they have Ed China helping out around their workshop, y'know making the brews, sweeping up...
     
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  12. Pigeon_Droppings2 Member

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    Ed is amazingly quick...I've watched wheeler dealer episodes where he's pulling a car apart and then 10 minutes later it arrives back from the paint shop with most of the panels fitted and gapped + half the lights!!
     
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  14. slim_boy_fat

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    :thumbup:
     
  15. Wallace

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    Bink, don’t miss it!
     
  16. KimB

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    Nice to see someone put a wiper system like that into principle. Unbeknown to me, the mini system is the same as my landy. I’ve been trying to plan doing a similar conversion on Lou. The conventional Land Rover system is terrible. Next summer I may look at doing that. A long with some other unique ideas I want to play with.
     
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  17. Robotstar5

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    Hope your trigonometry is up to scratch :laughing:
     
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  18. armalites Member

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    Episode 19 was available for Patreons last night so should be availabke for everyone tonight
     
  19. What on Earth is a " Patreon " ??
     
  20. colnerov

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    From what I can gather it's like a subscriber only with extra benefits, still paying money out though.
     
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