Interceptor bodyshell/chassis built from scratch

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Re: Interceptor bodyshell/chassis built from scratch

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The machines have the strength to do the job the man behind the tool is the key ingredient take for example a spray gun. Very few can lay out a fantastic finish. RacerJoe
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Front end is now attached.

Screen trial fitted - first time ...

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Re: Interceptor bodyshell/chassis built from scratch

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cant wait to see the roof panel and judging by what we have seen so far i doubt it will be a problem for this guy
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At least we now know where the donor car came from.
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Joerg wrote:At least we now know where the donor car came from.
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Grant wrote:
Joerg wrote:At least we now know where the donor car came from.
Where was that then Joerg?Image
Time to visit the opticians Grant, look at the screen sticker :wink:
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Kevin Birch wrote:
Grant wrote:
Joerg wrote:At least we now know where the donor car came from.
Where was that then Joerg?Image
Time to visit the opticians Grant, look at the screen sticker :wink:
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Kevin Birch wrote: Time to visit the opticians Grant, look at the screen sticker :wink:
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At least it's not "Corona"!
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Another update from Jacek,

New bonnet and frame sorted...

Makes it look so easy

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Got to say this is a very talented man
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It certainly appears to be quite an amazing job he's doing there!
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Its the tailgate I am waiting to see.

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Re: Interceptor bodyshell/chassis built from scratch

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More progress from Jacek

Door frames fabricated and fitted ...

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Understeer - Hitting the fence with the front of the car
Oversteer - Hitting the fence with the rear of the car
Horsepower -How fast you hit the fence
Torque - How far you take the fence with you
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