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Old 2nd August 2009, 11:32 PM
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Had a pretty productive weekend. managed to bond and rivet the floor on and one of the side pannels.

only thing that has held me up is the twot next door. we have only lived in our new house for 2weeks and all he does is moan about noise. if its not the dog that hes moaning about, its me working on the car. i must have been banging for no more than 30mins today around 3:30pm putting the side pannels on when he sitcks his head over the fence and moans about my banging. basically i told him it has to be done and carried on. winds me up when his little 5 year old is screaching in the garden and winding my dog up through the fence.

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Old 2nd August 2009, 11:35 PM
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Old 2nd August 2009, 11:47 PM
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that looks great ash, just one thing i think you might regret putting that side panel on, i now that when i was doing all my engine and pipe work i found it very usefull to be able to put my arms threw the sides of the chassis, (might beworth leaving the other side off) not a crytisisum just a thought.

looks awsome though

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Old 3rd August 2009, 12:02 AM
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have already put the engine in and made up all the pipes prior to fitting the side pannels i know it will be a bit more difficult getting it all back in but the side pannles were getting in the way all the time.
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Looking good Ash - seems everyone on the forum is making great progress at the moment!
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