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mark 22nd July 2009 08:00 PM

Looking good :cool:

It feels great getting it on wheels doesnt it :D

Mark

frankie boy 22nd July 2009 08:17 PM

HI
Well done Ronnie. Looking good mate. Take it easy and enjoy your build.

Frank

Jimmyd 22nd July 2009 09:32 PM

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There you go, my Bonzo impersonation!!

J


I may of course now be banned for unfunny joke or is that only on LCB?

Blade 22nd July 2009 10:32 PM

Nice one Ronnie, well done, looks spot on , All these roadsters getting to the rolling chassis stage is doing my head in :( I need to get another job with less hours so I can crack on with my build :o .

P.S Don't get a hair cut enjoy it while you still have it :D :D

jasongray5 22nd July 2009 11:47 PM

I feel I may have been too harsh with the hair comment, please see it as a funny joke and dont ban me.
ps, here is a picture of what I have done to my hair this evening, for real...:eek: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...c&id=505055002

HandyAndy 22nd July 2009 11:49 PM

Jas

you have a PM

andy:)

Bonzo 23rd July 2009 08:30 AM

Much better J

See, you don't need to worry about posting a picture with you sitting in your car.

Hair doo looks fab :)

Jas.......... what you been and done to your hair mate :eek:

I really wish I had thought of wearing my lads Jimmy wig for the picture

Blade

I normally do have a number one job done on the hair during the summer, it makes me look much more distinguished ;)

Still got quite a good crop of hair appart from the very top, I blame all those years of overhead stick welding not wearing a skull cap !! . Double hard B******d dockyard welder & all that :D

Number one son, 35, going around like friar tuck, I often tell him " I might be a doddering old fart but at least I have all of my hair " !!??

Quite often have a look in on your build diary Blade. The progress you have made is as cool as ever. Top notch stuff there.

May I ask if you managed to locate some threadded bar or bolt for the rear camber adjusters. M18 X1.5, or did you find an M20 quick camber adjuster.

Those quick adjusters save so much pulling apart of components just to make minor adjustments.

Cheers for all of your kind comments folks

HandyAndy 23rd July 2009 08:33 AM

:o i wear a cap to cover my Friar tuck too ;) :D

i blame it on wearing motorbike helmets :D

your chassis looks great Ronnie, you must feel very proud eh?

andy

Bonzo 23rd July 2009 09:00 AM

Yes I do feel a little pleased with my self :)

Slightly miffed about the length of time that it has taken me to get to this stage :eek:

I know that my personal circumstances have dictated the pace of my build & the amount of effort that I am able to put in.

Just very hard sometimes not to dwell on the past, very frustrating at times when simple jobs take me an age to do.

But there, no point dwelling on the past. :o

I am over the moon to be able to say that I have a rolling chassis :D

shadowcaster 23rd July 2009 09:18 AM

Ronnie mate she looks great, well done on getting this far:) . You have given me hope that one day in the not to distant future I will get back to mine and finish her.:(


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