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Re: My Project

Posted: Tue 07 May 2013, 10:53
by alvin chetty
I just hope you are not cutting that suspension wif a grinder, wink wink :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: My Project

Posted: Tue 07 May 2013, 22:00
by ROBBINATOR
Mad Saph.....if you need any Grinder assistance just ask me....thats my forte bru!!.... :lol: :lol:
I cut my Cortina up sooooo bad I had to go out and 'buy' another 'built' one bru.....life is sooooo tough when you DON'T know how to "build" cars hey......I envy YOU man!!! :D

Now if you need any clutch assembly assistance......just ask Will (49er).....thats his area of 'expertise' again!! :lol:

Cheers....Robbie.

Re: My Project

Posted: Tue 07 May 2013, 22:44
by MAD SAPPHIRE
Hey Robbie,
I will keep you in mind if I need your expert grinding services bud.
Clutch is sorted, at least I hope so.
Best part of this site is the fact that we have so many experts on board.
Glad im a member :mrgreen:

Re: My Project

Posted: Tue 07 May 2013, 22:51
by MAD SAPPHIRE
I've seen some of Alvin's cars and I love them and I did ;) at some of them!!!!

Re: My Project

Posted: Tue 07 May 2013, 23:04
by ROBBINATOR
MAD SAPPHIRE wrote:Hey Robbie,
I will keep you in mind if I need your expert grinding services bud.
Clutch is sorted, at least I hope so.
Best part of this site is the fact that we have so many experts on board.
Glad im a member :mrgreen:
Phew.....am I glad for that bud.

Hats off to you on you 'build' dude....thats awesome stuff for sure!! :)

Cheers....Robbie.

Re: My Project

Posted: Tue 07 May 2013, 23:10
by MAD SAPPHIRE
On a more serious note. The guy that some of the work on my suspension stuff or certainly the things I couldn't do had a heart attack and unfortunately passed on.
He was an absolute genius, guru, wizard to name but a few words when it came to metal.
Nothing was impossible for him and he always delivered 100%.
The saddest part of all is there are only a few of these guys around. He has taken a wealth of knowledge and experience with him - no person to follow in his foot steps.
Makes me think about our cars, builds and projects.
Will it carry on if we are gone, will it be talked about like we are doing about the past Greats. Will we have guys following in our foot steps, we certainly won't know.....

Here's to Vernon, the best metal guru I knew.

Re: My Project

Posted: Tue 07 May 2013, 23:14
by MAD SAPPHIRE
ROBBINATOR wrote:
MAD SAPPHIRE wrote:Hey Robbie,
I will keep you in mind if I need your expert grinding services bud.
Clutch is sorted, at least I hope so.
Best part of this site is the fact that we have so many experts on board.
Glad im a member :mrgreen:
Phew.....am I glad for that bud.

Hats off to you on you 'build' dude....thats awesome stuff for sure!! :)

Cheers....Robbie.
Thanks Robbie.
You building anything new?

Cheers

Re: My Project

Posted: Sat 11 May 2013, 14:42
by zahistorics
I have deleted a bunch of posts that have nothing to with this thread. Once again: will you ALL take your disagreement elsewhere. We don't want that rubbish on this forum.

Re: My Project

Posted: Sat 11 May 2013, 22:28
by MAD SAPPHIRE
zahistorics wrote:I have deleted a bunch of posts that have nothing to with this thread. Once again: will you ALL take your disagreement elsewhere. We don't want that rubbish on this forum.
Thank you ZA

Re: My Project

Posted: Sun 12 May 2013, 11:55
by Racer-X
What's the car look like now?